John Allegretti Promoted to Supervisor

Bronswick Benjamin P.C is proud to announce the promotion of John Allegretti, CPA, from Senior Accountant to Supervisor. John joined Bronswick Benjamin in December 2013 after gaining valuable experience in the manufacturing and private equity sectors. He leads tax and audit engagements for a variety of different industries including manufacturing, distribution, construction, tech, and medical.

“The emphasis on growing the firm and being a part of that growth strategy is what keeps me at Bronswick Benjamin. The partner group led by Jeff invested in the tools necessary to grow this business into a mid-size firm,” said John. “At Bronswick Benjamin, we don’t define ourselves as a firm that just does audit and tax. We constantly adapt to provide the most value possible for our clients.”

Caleb Lendy, Manager, said, “John proactively works on his clients’ behalf to ensure they have relevant, accurate data to make solid business decisions. We are truly lucky to have him as part of our team and John is flourishing as one of the young leaders at the firm.”

Bronswick Benjamin is a mid-size, solutions focused CPA firm located in the Chicagoland area. The firm supports privately held businesses ranging from mid-size to large entities, owners, and their executives. They use a unique Business Evolution approach that helps clients address the different needs that arise as they navigate through their life cycle. The firm provides outsourced accounting, tax planning and return filings, audits and reviews, and personal tax strategies for domestic and international clients. www.bronswick.com

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