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AAF receives service award from Wellesley Chamber

Westborough – Alexander Aronson Finning CPAs (AAF) was honored? April 3 with the 2014 Professional (Services Firm) of the Year award.

Presented by the Wellesley Chamber of Commerce at the 12th Annual Celebration of Wellesley Businesses, this award is given to a professional services firm who excels in client service, gives back to the community and to the chamber.

AAF was recognized for excellence and community focus by the chamber. Working with over 350 nonprofit clients, according to a press release from the company, AAF advises them to perform and act like for-profit enterprises to enable them to get the most out of every dollar. Many AAF employees volunteer their time as well to support their clients” missions.

Partner Joel Aronson accepted the award on behalf of the firm at the chamber event.

“We believe in giving back to the communities where we live and work and to nonprofit organizations that enhance the quality of life. ?Helping our clients make sound financial decisions can make a tremendous difference to small businesses, organizations, individuals and the community. Being a good corporate citizen is an integral part of the fabric of AAF,” he said.

For more information about AAF visit www.aafcpa.com.

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