Jason Buhlinger joins Brown Smith Wallace, LLC as financial analyst

Jason Buhlinger joins Brown Smith Wallace as a financial analyst in the Financial Advisory Services group. Buhlinger will assist valuation, litigation support and M&A advisory engagements.

Buhlinger earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from Fontbonne University.

Buhlinger resides in St. Louis.

Brown Smith Wallace is the second-largest locally owned independent full-service CPA and business consulting firm in Missouri with more than 180 employees throughout the Midwest. Through a network of offices in St. Louis, St. Charles, and Chicago, Brown Smith Wallace is the only CPA and business consulting firm that makes A Measurable Difference to its clients through the execution of its six measurable differences and by putting its guarantee in writing. For more information visit www.bswllc.com or call 314.983.1288.

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