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Accounting firm adds two new partners 

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From left to right: Bryce Boggs, Chris Raymer and Wayne Jongcrier.

CPAs Bryce Boggs and Chris Raymer join Wayne Longcrier to lead regional accounting firm

–Wayne Longcrier, owner of the regional accounting firm Longcrier & Associates has announced that Bryce Boggs and Chris Raymer have become partners.

“Bryce and Chris have shown incredible leadership in the years they’ve been with our firm,” said Longcrier. “They have the rare ability to seek out the details without losing sight of the big picture – which is necessary for our industry. I’m confident they will bring new insight and ideas to our development, and help me continue to put priority on our clients.”

Bryce Boggs is a Central Coast native with more than 10 years of experience in public accounting. He specializes in accounting, tax and consulting services for closely held businesses and their owners. He is a Cal Poly graduate and currently serves on the board of directors for the Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo and the Cuesta College Foundation.

“It’s exciting to be recognized in the community as a vested owner in a business I really respect,” says Boggs. “I was always proactive about where I wanted to be in my career, but I couldn’t have asked to be part of a better firm. It will be a privilege to work with Chris and Wayne at this new level.”

Chris Raymer has been with Longcrier & Associates for over eight years. His specific areas of expertise include taxation, tax planning and projections, financial analysis and analytics. Raymer leads the Longcrier & Associates Winery Group team. He is a graduate of Cal Poly and currently serves on the Board of Directors for CalCPA.

In their new roles, Boggs and Raymer plan to expand the firm’s commitment to the community and continue to provide exemplary service to their clients in an increasingly complex business environment. Longcrier & Associates Office Manager Gayle Harbert says the duo make a good team; they are a “perfect balance between laid back professionalism and spirited leadership.”

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