With nearly two decades of experience at Fischer Cunnane, Rich provides tax planning and preparation services for individuals, corporations, partnerships and not-for-profit organizations. He also manages accounting and auditing services for closely held companies and not-for-profit organizations throughout a wide variety of industries.
In addition, Rich is experienced in performing Yellow Book and Single Audits (A-133) as well as audits of qualified retirement plans including defined benefit and 401(k) plans.
Rich launched his career with Fischer Cunnane in 2001 as an intern; after serving in several leadership roles, he was named a shareholder in 2013. He is equally at ease with the complexities of a contractor’s percentage of completion accounting, managing product costs in a manufacturing environment, guiding a lawyer on how to achieve tax efficiency, or advising a not-for-profit client on maintaining compliance with grant programs. Clients often engage him to set up the ideal financial infrastructure for their organizations to ensure systems are based on what’s important to them from the start.
As Fischer Cunnane’s director of technology, Rich oversees the selection and implementation of information systems that allow the firm to efficiently deliver accounting and tax services. He also serves as a member of the firm’s Accounting & Auditing Quality Control Committee.
Rich is a native of Philadelphia and resides in Thornton where he also coaches the West Chester Dragons youth baseball.
B.S., Summa Cum Laude, Accounting and Finance – West Chester University
Certified Public Accountant, Pennsylvania
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Southeastern Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center
Youth Baseball Coach, The West Chester Dragons