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Kevin Connelly


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Kevin Connelly, CPA, helps manufacturers  including breweries  and other small businesses find the best solutions to their financial problems. One of his favorite things about being a CPA is educating his clients on accounting and tax issues, and seeing the positive impact that makes on their business.



There is nothing Kevin enjoys more than fishing on a late summer afternoon listening to the Orioles game. Being born and raised in Baltimore, Kevin is an avid Ravens and Orioles fan.

Kevin Connelly, CPA, is a manager in the firm’s audit and accounting department. He is co-director of the firm's Manufacturing & Distribution Group, and specializes in working with breweries and food manufacturers. He also works with nonprofits and provides consulting services to small businesses.

Kevin helps his clients account for complex events, solve financial problems and straighten out messy accounting records. Kevin is known as a CPA who provides insight on cost-saving opportunities his clients may not be aware of, like payroll tax credits. Kevin also ensures that his clients properly report financial information so external parties, like banks, can make decisions.

One of Kevin’s favorite things about being a CPA is not only providing his clients with the right solutions, but educating them and seeing the positive impact that makes on their business.


  • Bachelor of science degree in accounting, Towson University (2014)


  • American Institute of CPAs
  • Brewers Association of Maryland
  • Maryland Association of CPAs
  • Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland
  • Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership

More Fun Facts

  • If Kevin could snap his fingers and become an expert at something, he’d be an expert at playing the ukulele.
  • Outside of work, you’ll find Kevin at the park with his kids and spending time with their grandparents.

Articles By Kevin

The Labor Crisis: Where Are All the Workers?

When I ask business owners about the challenges facing their business, there is one common theme that runs across all industries — the labor dilemma. By now, we have all experienced the effects of the “Great Resignation.” Local businesses have shortened operating hours, closed on certain days or reduced menu offerings because they simply cannot find enough workers. Some clothing retailers have even closed dressing rooms, citing being short-staffed as the reason. Where are all the workers?

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New Lease Standard to Impact Any Business or Nonprofit With a Lease

Some are calling the new lease standard the biggest accounting change of this generation. While the accounting profession moved the goalposts on its effective date for years, the time is finally here for organizations to implement the sweeping changes brought about by FASB’s Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 842, Leases. The changes that the new lease standard brings are substantial and can impact any business or nonprofit that has at least one lease. Here’s a brief rundown of what you need to know about this new accounting standard and how it will impact your organization’s financial statements.

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Bars and Restaurants Are Making the Move to a Manufacturing and Distribution Model

While nearly every industry was impacted by the COVID pandemic, one could argue that no sector took a beating like the hospitality industry. Government shutdowns and consumer hesitancy plagued bars and restaurants. Even in the post-pandemic recovery phase, many hospitality business owners are still struggling to stay afloat due to labor shortages and continued consumer hesitancy.

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