The accounting firm Corning certified as a business owned by disabled veterinarians
NOTNew York General’s OfficeServices Commissioner (OGS)JoAnn Destito recently announced that an accounting firm Corning has been certified as a Disabled Veterans Owned Business (SDVOB).
The OGS New York Division for Disabled Veterans Business Development (DSDVBD) has issued certification to Morgan Kemp Accounting, LLC, which provides accounting, bookkeeping, and financial services.
The company is owned by Morgan Kemp, who served in the United States Marine Corps for four years after graduating from Corning-Painted Post High School, according to his website. She received her Associate Degree in Business Administration from Corning Community College in 2014, a BA in Accounting from Elmira College in 2016, and her MBA in Accounting from Alfred University in 2017.
Morgan Kemp Accounting, was one of seven newly certified companies announced by OGS on December 1. The DSDVBD was created by the New York State government in 2014 with the enactment of the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Act. As of December 23, a total of 924 companies were certified in the state.
In order for a company to be certified, one or more disabled veterans – with a service-related disability rating of 10% or greater from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (or the New State Division of Veterans Affairs) York for National Guard Veterans) – must own at least 51% of the business. Other criteria include: the business must be independently owned and operated and have a significant commercial presence in New York City, it must have been in business for at least one year prior to the date of application, and it must be considered a small business under New York law. state program. Several other requirements must also be met.