Matthew Hans joins Brown Smith Wallace, LLC as tax intern

Matthew Hans has joined St. Louis-based Brown Smith Wallace as a tax intern. Hans will assist members of tax and accounting services group with a variety of special related projects.

Hans is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Lindenwood University.

Throughout his college career Hans has been very active in several organizations on campus and in the community. He is a member of Alpha Chi National Honor Society, Regional Business Council and American Cancer Society.

Hans a Jonesburg native currently resides in St. Charles.

Brown Smith Wallace is the second-largest locally owned independent full-service CPA and business consulting firm in Missouri with more than 190 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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