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Towson, MD - Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, LLC (RS&F), a regional business consulting and accounting firm, is pleased to announce that it has been selected to join Accelerent Baltimore, a business development platform, as the official exc... More »
Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, LLC (RS&F), a business consulting and accounting firm, today announced the promotion of Robert Kase, CPA, CITP, CGMA, to partner. Kase has more than 20 years of experience in accounting, tax, information te... More »
By Nancy Smit, Partner and Director of the Healthcare Division at RS&F  To view the original story on the Baltimore Business Journal click here.  This is the third time this year the 72-year-old man has landed in the emergency... More »
Nancy Smit, Partner and Director of the Healthcare Division at RS&F sat down with The Daily Record to discuss the new Maryland Primary Care Program.  Maryland doctors can expect to be part of the state’s move to cut health care costs ... More »
Runge to Represent Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, LLC (RS&F) at Maryland’s Biggest Legal Summit & Annual Meeting Towson, MD – May 22, 2018 - Andrew J. Runge, CPA/ABV, CFF, MBA, CFE, CVA, director of forensic, litigation an... More »
“Am I better off under the new law”?  My clients’ favorite question this year does not have an easy answer.  Indeed, I do not really have a great way to answer that question without making my client’s head spin. ... More »
For weeks, we have been telling you about the new tax plan. As more information is revealed, many people want to know if it will impact them this year.  More »
Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, a business consulting and accounting firm, has moved its headquarters to Towson from Owings Mills. More »
Approaching its 40th anniversary, regional business consulting and accounting firm rebrands with new office space More »
Reducing the tax benefits of homeownership could make buying a home more difficult in the major cities where many tech professionals live. This could affect investment decisions in high markets like San Francisco and New York City, according to Richa... More »
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