Baker Newman Noyes Announces Promotion of New Principals

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Baker Newman Noyes is pleased to announce the promotion of Karl Heafield and Timothy Hepburn to Principal of the firm. Messrs. Heafield and Hepburn both work out of the Manchester, New Hampshire office.

Karl Heafield, CPA, MST and Timothy Hepburn, CPA, MBA have been named Principals of the firm of Baker Newman Noyes as of January 1, 2008.

Karl Heafield joined the Tax Division of Baker Newman Noyes in 2004 after working for many years at a large international firm in Boston, MA. He specializes in corporate tax planning and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, FAS 109 and FIN 48.

Mr. Heafield earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Master of Science in Taxation from Bentley College. Karl also is a graduate of the Manchester, NH Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program.

Timothy Hepburn began with Baker Newman Noyes in 1995 when the firm was founded, having previously worked in the Tax Division of KPMG, one of our predecessor companies since 1988. He specializes in federal and state corporate, partnership and individual tax compliance and planning. He assists not-for profit entities, healthcare organizations, closely-held businesses and high wealth families with financial decisions.

Mr. Hepburn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire, and an MBA from Boston University.

Both Mr. Hepburn and Mr. Heafield are active in various business, civic and community organizations.

About Baker Newman Noyes
Baker Newman Noyes, LLC is a regional professional services firm with offices in Portland, Maine, and Manchester and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. We offer comprehensive Accounting, Tax and Audit services as well as Healthcare Management and Information Technology Consulting to businesses and individuals in the Northeastern United States.

We represent a variety of clients including healthcare providers, financial service companies, public sector entities, not-for-profit organizations, manufacturers and distributors and high wealth individuals and families.

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