Student Information

Student Name

Marcus Yariv

Email

yarivmarcus@yahoo.com

Academy

Bio-Med

Internship Information

Company/Organization: Woloshen and Herman, CPA

Mentor(s):Robert Woloshen

Topic of Internship

Accounting

Background Information

Woloshen and Herman is an accounting firm that is located in New York City with over 34 years of tax experience. Robert Woloshen began his own firm in 1979 and later merged with Shirley Herman in 1994, which resulted in the creation of “Woloshen and Herman, CPA”. Ms. Herman then retired in 1995 leaving Robert Woloshen to run the firm on his own. Woloshen and Herman CPA has developed over the years through many referrals and advertisements. They currently have an extensive client list that only continues to expand. It is somewhat amazing to see how they handle all of these clients with only 6 employees on staff.

Summary of Internship

At Woloshen and Herman CPA, a smaller private accounting firm located near Union Square, a student intern learns a lot about the accounting world. You first start out learning the basics by handling and filing different folders such as payroll, 1040s, and corporate. Then you move on to various different tasks such as inputting client data and recording client expenses. Once this work is completed, you then package actual tax returns that are going to be sent to clients and the IRS. This can be somewhat intimidating because these are actual Federal documents and if you make even the smallest mistake there can be serious repercussions. However, after you get passed the initial nervousness it starts to be pretty easy. These various tasks teach a student the importance of responsibility and meticulous work. One also learns that the finer details are what sets an average company apart from a great company. A student can certainly benefit from all this practice and begin to build their knowledge of the accounting world. All of these aspects make for a truly great and educational internship, and being in the hustle and bustle of New York City only adds to the experience.

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