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Mark A. Reynolds, CPA, Joins PKS

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markA graduate of Salisbury University, Mark has 25 years experience in business, accounting and tax-related services.  Upon graduating from college Mark started his career at PKS & Company in 1990 and left in 1996 to explore opportunities in private accounting.  He enjoys working closely with clients and will focus on nonprofits, government entities, agricultural and religious organization.

Mark lives in Salisbury with his wife Heather and their three children.  Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family and is extremely active in his church, Oak Ridge Baptist.  He is also an avid runner and participates in several road races throughout the year.

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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