New Jersey accounting firm Cowan, Gunteski & Co., is merging in Woolston, Koerner & Co., building their combined presence in the Garden State.

The merged firms will be known under Cowan’s name. W&K partners Charles T. Woolston and Christian T. Koerner will become shareholders and partners of Cowan, Gunteski & Co. They will move to the firm’s newly constructed office building in Tinton Falls from WK&K’s former offices in Shrewsbury with their entire 14-member staff. The combined firm will have 70 professionals.

“We look forward to having Chuck Woolston, Chris Koerner and their staff join our team,” said Donald A. Cowan in a statement. “Their experience and expertise will be a welcome addition to our firm.”

The combined firm earns about $10 million in annual revenues, with $8 million coming from Cowan, Gunteski & Co., and $2 million from WK&K.


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