Grossman St. Amour CPAs is pleased to welcome Bridget E. Odorczyk to the team!   She is a staff accountant in our Tax Services Group.    Bridget is a graduate of Le Moyne College with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Masters in Business Administration.

Bridget practices in the areas of income tax return preparation and tax planning for individuals and businesses.   She is also a payroll and sales tax return preparer and bookkeeper.   Bridget has special expertise in preparation of multi-state individual and business tax returns, and tax returns requiring foreign filing requirements.

Bridget is an active volunteer with Challenger Baseball organization.   She is a resident of Liverpool, New York.

Grossman St. Amour CPAs PLLC virtual doors are open and we are assisting clients with audit, accounting, and tax issues as well as matters relating to COVID-19.  As a certified public accounting firm located in central New York, Grossman St. Amour CPAs has been in business for 63 years.  The firm provides businesses and individuals with accounting, audit, taxation, business planning and valuation, financial planning, investment consulting, and fraud examination and deterrence services.  For more information about how Grossman St. Amour CPAs PLLC can be of service to you, contact our professionals.

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