The Wouch Maloney Story
The founders met very early in their careers while working at the same accounting firm. During those years, they recognized that they shared a strong work ethic and enjoyed challenging themselves to provide solutions for clients that other accountants weren’t able to provide.
They started their own practice to focus on building a new kind of accounting firm. The core idea was to focus on business owners and provide them with top quality service and solutions to even the most complex matters. They wanted clients to feel their accountant and business advisor cared about the business challenges they faced over the years.
As the firm grew, they saw the need to crystalize their core values and pass on those same values to their staff. They settled on four core values:
Be Knowledgeable – Continue to educate yourself to stay on the cutting edge of new information and use that knowledge to offer creative solutions.
Be Responsive – Provide timely solutions to client needs.
Be Proactive – Anticipate client needs and initiate solutions to client problems.
Be Caring – Listen and communicate in a caring manner.
Timeline of Firm History
Wouch, Maloney opens up Philadelphia office location at 1515 Market Street, Suite 1710.
Wouch, Maloney announces merger with Edward F. Burger, CPA & Associates, LLC.
Jeffrey Rieder, CPA is named as Partner in the firm.
As the firm’s client base grows, the staff size increases by 25% and the Horsham office expands to 9,000 square feet.
A Yardley, Pennsylvania branch is added as Wouch, Maloney & Co. acquires the accounting practice of Miciak & Company and three additional full-time accountants. The firm’s international practice expands as it handles the accounting work of subsidiaries of publicly traded international entity.
Wouch, Maloney & Co. moves to Suite “J”, increases its square footage and staff, and renovates its offices.
Wouch, Maloney & Co. opens its Fort Myers, Florida office and continues its focus there on construction clients.
John Maloney receives his license as a Certified Valuation Analyst.
Jeffrey Rieder, CPA joins the firm upon graduation from Pennsylvania State University.
Robert Williams, CPA joins firm adding private accounting experience depth and develops the technical review department.
John Maloney, CPA joins Wouch as partner. Larry Lance, CPA and Terry Martin, CPA also join the firm. The firm establishes its niche in the construction industry as its home builder and contractor client base expands.
Wouch begins own firm in Horsham, PA comprised of 1,500 square feet.
Stephen Wouch begins practicing as a Junior Accountant at Shanholtz, Koltoff & Co., Certified Public Accountants.