New CPA firm formed in time for tax season

The Worcester, MA Business Journal reports that three Central Massachussets CPAs have decided to join forces to form a new firm.

Mark L. Love, Michael L. Jarominski, and Donald E. Raymond will keep their current offices in Massachusetts cities Worcester and Webster and will open new offices in Holden and Grafton as the firm Love, Jarominski & Raymond CPAs.

The three partners have worked together in the past and say they'll gear the new firm toward small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and individuals.

Love is a former head of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and former partner at the Worcester accounting firm Graham Huckins & Shepherd.

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