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Jacobson Jarvis and Co to Merge with Jones and Associates

This combination allows the combined firm to more expansively serve the nonprofit community in the Puget Sound region.

Jones and Associates (J&A) is merging with Jacobson Jarvis and Co (JJCo) effective 9/1/2022. J&A has over 20 years of serving the nonprofit community and JJCo has over 30 years of experience. 

“After several years helping lead the Jones and Associates team serve the needs of the Puget Sound area nonprofit community, I am very excited for the opportunities our merger with Jacobson Jarvis will provide.  Our firm’s combined expertise and decades of experience will enable us all to better serve the financial needs of the region’s nonprofit community.” – Doug Brownlow, Jones and Associates 

Jones and Associates have long provided a service for smaller local nonprofit organizations, often under $5 million in revenue. They provide expert advice on areas that are specifically relevant for the nonprofit community including treating and advising on restricted contributions, pledges, endowments, and fiscal sponsorship arrangements. Jacobson Jarvis and Co has similar experience, providing nonprofits of all sizes on the West Coast with not-for-profit accounting and tax-related matters.

“I couldn’t be more excited about merging with Jones and Associates. Our similar cultures will benefit our team members, as well as existing and future clients. They are an ideal partner with a shared mission– to be a sustaining resource for the non-profit community.” – Jacob Dehne, CPA, Tax Manager at Jacobson Jarvis & Co, PLLC

The combined experience and expertise of these two firms promise a bright future of specialized assistance and support for the not-for-profit organizations of the Puget Sound region.

[Related: Considerations for Mergers and Acquisitions]

Contact Jacobson Jarvis Today!

Questions about the merger? Interested in working with JJCo for your not-for-profit accounting and tax needs? Contact Jacobson Jarvis today!

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