Caitlyn joined our team in 2016. Her responsibilities include weekly and monthly bookkeeping and accounting work for multiple clients, as well as, providing support for ad hoc annual projects. She is our technology specialist, vetting applications, and software designed to improve our clients’ experiences and increase our efficiency. Prior to joining our firm, she worked at Miniter Group.
Caitlyn earned her Associates of Science Degree in Accounting at Bay State College. She is continuing her education to receive her Bachelor’s Degree in the same field.
Caitlyn never backs away from challenges or change. She is professional, conscientious and yet easygoing. She makes her clients and teammates feel that they are an integral part of her day. Caitlyn is a wealth of ideas and is always looking for ways to improve everything whether it be a process or a relationship. Of her many strengths, her ability to put her clients at-ease, put a smile on their faces, allowing them to step back from the day-to-day, epitomizes our ideal of the type of partnership we want with our clients.
Caitlyn is married with one “fur baby” at home. Outside of the office, Caitlyn enjoys fires in the backyard, watching the Red Sox and/or Patriots, depending on the season, reading and visiting with her large family. Caitlyn is always planning her next trip to Disney World.
We buy pets as holiday gifts with the best of intentions. Haven’t decades of commercials shown us that there’s nothing more adorable than a cute little ball of fluff jumping out of a gift-wrapped box into its new owners’ welcoming arms?
While most of us look forward to the holiday season, it can also be a major source of stress. We’ve borrowed several fast and easy mindfulness techniques you can use to help reduce stress when your “Ho-Ho-Ho!” turns into “Oh-No-No.”
When is the last time you thought about what you’re most thankful for? If you’re like most of us, it was probably last Thanksgiving. But even crazy and chaotic years have their points of light, so here’s a handy list to help prepare yourself in case you’re put on the spot at this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. By the way, It’s also a good reminder of just how much we have to be thankful for.