On March 20, Youth Eastside Services (YES) hosts its annual Invest in Youth Breakfast. This is a cause that is dear to Sweeney Conrad, as Tax Shareholder Duke Eide has been Treasurer on the YES board for two years and attending the breakfast (formerly a lunch) for over 15 years. “I think many people don’t see the need on the eastside because there is so much wealth,” he says. “But there are those in financial need and the issues that YES deals with affect youth from poor and wealthy families.”
Meet Tax Manager Kyle Lynch! Kyle started his career in 2012 and came to Sweeney Conrad in January of 2017- so this is his second busy season with the firm. Kyle describes himself as ambitious and says that he appreciates that same quality in his co-workers. What he loves about working at Sweeney Conrad is “the ability to work with a group of seasoned professionals who work hard in servicing some of the most multifaceted and complex clients in the Northwest.”
by Katie Knutson
So, you’ve been hired as intern for busy season.