Wessel & Company Named to PA Business Central’s Top 100 Organizations

Mar 2, 2021 | Business, Newsletter

Wessel & Company Named to PA Business Central’s Top 100 Organizations

Wessel & Company has been named to Pennsylvania Business Central’s Top 100 Organizations for 2021. The list was created from Pennsylvania Business Central’s 23-county coverage area and Wessel & Company was selected for their contributions, achievements, and leadership throughout the community. “Wessel & Company is proud to be named among the top businesses in the area”, said CEO Joel Valentine. “It reinforces the tireless efforts that we put into our client work every day and the reputation that we have built over our decades in business.”

Wessel & Company is a regional CPA firm established over sixty years ago. The firm has a staff of approximately fifty professional and administrative staff providing audit, accounting, tax, and consulting services to a wide variety of clients. Every engagement is planned with special consideration for the needs of each client. Contact Joel Valentine at 814.536.7864 or visit us online at www.wesselcpa.com for additional information.

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