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Jennifer Bobé, CPA/PFS - Senior Manager


Jennifer Bobé, CPA/PFS, specializes in tax planning, tax compliance and financial planning for high net worth individuals, senior corporate executives and senior financial service executives. Prior to joining MWE, Jennifer spent her career as a senior tax manager at a Big Four accounting firm where she advised clients on personal income tax planning matters including residency changes, tax return preparation and review, tax projections, and assistance with tax authority notices and audits.

Jennifer’s practice also includes guidance on tax and financial planning, cash flow and investment analysis for executives during mergers and acquisitions.

Throughout her career, Jennifer has served as a mentor to numerous individuals at all levels, and has lent her expertise to the media through interviews on television and in newspapers.

Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Marymount Manhattan College where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She is a Registered Investment Adviser Representative (Series 65) with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. She is also a member of the New York State Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.


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  • MWE Named a Forbes Best Tax & Accounting Firm

    MWE was recently named a Forbes Best Tax & Accounting Firm in America, landing on their inaugural 2020 list.MWE was one of over 200 firms recognized in the tax category out of 18,000+ tax & accounting firms.

  • What you need to know about the new W-4 form

    In its first major overhaul in more than three decades, the W-4 form, which tells employers how much federal income tax to withhold from an employee’s paycheck, has dropped the withholding allowances portion of the form.In a recent news story, MWE tax senior manager Jennifer Bobé talks to Newsday about…

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    Years ago, Congress enacted the “kiddie tax” rules to prevent parents and grandparents in high tax brackets from shifting income (especially from investments) to children in lower tax brackets.And while the tax caused some families pain in the past, it has gotten worse today.

  • IRS to release new W-4: What to expect

    The IRS plans to release a new W-4 form for use in 2020, with a draft arriving by May 31.Fox Business spoke with MWE senior manager Jennifer Bobé about the purpose of the new form and what changes are expected.

  • A review of significant TCJA provisions impacting individual taxpayers

    Now that 2019 has begun, there may not be too much you can do to reduce your 2018 income tax liability.But it’s smart to begin preparing for filing your 2018 return.