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Your Feedback Means We Give More
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs has launched a new website and, to help us figure out how we can effectively build upon this presence, we need your feedback. Our firm will donate up to $1,000 to the Sitar Arts Center, a community arts education nonprofit, based on the number of people who participate.
Here’s how it works. Between now and May 31, our firm will donate $5 for everyone who completes and submits the form below. We have added new resources to our website that were not previously available including industry alerts, presentations and a library of articles that is regularly updated. We anticipate launching a blog later this year that provides financial management insights for nonprofits, government contractors, businesses and individuals.
So please tell us what you think of the website and let us know what else we can do to make it more useful for you. We are striving to build a community of at least 200 individuals and thereby make the largest donation possible to the Sitar Arts Center.
We will publish a thank you list of all contributors in June (unless you indicate a desire to remain anonymous).
|Interested in our progress? We will post weekly updates on Facebook. “Like” us to find out when we reach our $1,000 goal!|
We were looking for a new employee benefit plan auditor and our CFO, John Ring, selected Jackie Cardello with Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman, and we are very happy with the choice.
Arlene Campbell | Assistant Controller
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