Bob Swetz – CPA, Controller, Consultant
“Don’t kick the ball in the rough, don’t do something you know you shouldn’t just because no one is looking.” – Dad
After graduating from Penn State in 1989, Bob became a CPA and went to work for a large international firm and a regional firm in Pittsburgh where he built expertise with internal control design for small, medium, and large businesses.
Bob started an accounting, audit and tax practice in 1994, running it for nearly 15 years and helping businesses of all sizes create business plans, structure tax savings, and enhance general operating practices. Looking to take on a new direction, Bob sold his share of the firm to his partner in 2007 and joined the team of a computer software development company as a supervisor, project managing successful accounting/specialized software implementations.
As a Controller Consultant, Bob focuses on internal controls, analysis & insights, financial modeling, software research and implementations, and mass bookkeeping rehab/catch-up projects.