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Mowery & Schoenfeld merge with Wolowicki and Associates

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Lincolnshire-based Mowery & Schoenfeld announced Tuesday it has merged with the certified public accounting firm Wolowicki and Associates and the combined CPA firm will continue operations under Mowery & Schoenfeld LLC name.

This is Mowery & Schoenfeld's third merger in the last five years. The firm has grown from three employees to 55 in 17 years.

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"We've been fortunate to identify three great merger opportunities in the last five years," said Jeff Mowery, managing partner of Mowery & Schoenfeld. "With each merger, we've had the opportunity to add incredible talent and clients to our firm. We are only interested in pursuing opportunities where the culture, clients and staff are a seamless fit into our organization."

Mowery & Schoenfeld's 55-employee firm works with private businesses and individuals with audit, tax, consulting and wealth management services. Wolowicki and Associates, formerly based in Schaumburg, moved to the Mowery & Schoenfeld offices in Lincolnshire on Jan. 2.

For the third straight year, Mowery & Schoenfeld is the recipient of the Best Accounting Firms to Work For award from Accounting Today.

"It didn't take us long to realize Mowery & Schoenfeld was a great fit for our employees and our clients," said Jerry Wolowicki, managing partner of Wolowicki and Associates. "We are excited about our future as one firm."

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