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PKS Welcomes New Intern, Laura Cravitz

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Laura joins PKS as an Intern in our Salisbury office. She is originally from Havertown, PA and will graduate from Salisbury University in May 2016 with a B.S. in Accounting.

She has lived on the Eastern Shore for the last six years and
previously worked at The Bank of Delmarva. She enjoyed her experience at the bank, especially working with the customers, and determined that the accounting field would give her the opportunity to excel in customer service while working in the areas of finance and business. She lives in Salisbury with her husband Zach and enjoys spending time with friends and family, and going to the beach, especially in the fall. She is also a huge Philadelphia sports fan and can’t wait for the football season to start.

PKS & Company, P. A. is a full service accounting firm with offices in Salisbury, Ocean City and Lewes that provides traditional accounting services as well as specialized services in the areas of retirement plan audits and administration, medical practice consulting, estate and trust services, fraud and forensic services and payroll services and offers financial planning and investments through PKS Investment Advisors, LLC.

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