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Ross Buehler Falk & Company is committed to providing innovative and cost effective solutions to meet each client's unique personal and business goals. We build long-lasting client relationships through personal attention, integrity, and a dedicated pro-active team of professionals.


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Employee Spotlight: Mary McClain

A new member of the Ross Buehler Falk & Company (RBF) team, Mary McClain came on board in 2023 and serves as the firm’s small business specialist. Her work focuses on bookkeeping and assisting companies with their daily needs. An administrative professional with over 30 years of experience, Mary combines excellent time management, organizational skills,… View Article

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Employee Spotlight: Kaitlyn McPeak

Kaitlyn McPeak joined the Ross Buehler Falk & Company (RBF) team in 2023 as an administrative assistant. She helps keep the office running smoothly, assisting with administrative tasks, including scheduling appointments, assembling tax returns and extensions, and e-filing. Her easy-going personality shines through as she greets clients when they call or visit the office.   Originally… View Article

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An Interview with Sara Miller, RBF’s Summer Intern

Sara joined the RBF team as an intern in early May 2023, working both with the Accounting & Audit and Tax departments. Raised in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, she is a rising sophomore at Lebanon Valley College (LVC) where she is majoring in Accounting. Sara’s internship ended in early August when she left the firm to play… View Article

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New Employee Onboarding Best Practices: Factors to Consider for Success

According to one recent study, replacing an employee who has left your business can cost between 50% to 60% of that person’s salary. This is why it’s virtually always more expensive to hire a new person than it is to simply retain one of your existing workers. If you’re replacing someone who makes about $100,000… View Article

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Employee Spotlight: Ruthanne Smith-Marston

In 2023, Ruthanne Smith-Marston joined the Ross Buehler Falk & Company (RBF) team as firm’s office manager. In this role, she does a little bit of everything to ensure that the office runs smoothly. An administrative professional since 2016, Ruthanne’s sharp attention to detail and technological troubleshooting skills make them a welcome addition to the… View Article

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An Interview with Olivia Metz, RBF’s Tax Season Intern

Olivia joined the RBF team as an intern in January 2023, working both with the Audit & Assurance and Tax departments. Originally from Upper Moreland, PA, she is a senior at Millersville University studying Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and Management. After graduating in May 2023, Olivia hopes to gain additional work experience… View Article

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Employee Spotlight – Katrina Douglas

Katrina Douglas has been a Ross Buehler Falk team member since 2018. After attending a year at West Chester University, she decided to enter the workforce. She is one of the administrative assistants that help to keep the office running smoothly – both virtually and in-person! Her organization skills extend beyond the office through her… View Article

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Employee Spotlight – Jeff Bleacher

Jeff Bleacher has been with Ross Buehler Falk (RBF) since day one—January 1, 1985, to be exact. He started in the accounting field in 1983, shortly after graduating from college. Jeff has a wide range of experience that includes counseling organizations in a broad range of industries and sizes, from small businesses to organizations with… View Article

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Employee Spotlight – Sean Smith

Sean Smith has spent the entirety of his professional accounting career with Ross Buehler Falk (RBF). He joined the firm in 2013, shortly after completing his graduate studies. Soon after, he earned his Certified Public Accountant designation. In his current role as a senior accountant, Sean performs diverse services for clients. He is accomplished in… View Article

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Hiring in the Age of Coronavirus

The U.S. job market gained 2.5 million jobs during the month of May, dropping the unemployment rate to 13.3 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. There has likely been a lot of rehiring, with more to come as the economy continues reopening. However, until social distancing becomes a thing of the past,… View Article

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