January 20, 2020 – Presented by the firm’s Wellness Committee, the four-month challenge is designed to promote healthy lifestyle choices and weight maintenance. The program kicks off on Friday, January 24th and will run through the end of tax season.
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January 20, 2020
Dopkins to Kickoff “Health is Wealth Busy Season” Challenge
Celebrating the 8th Anniversary of the Firm’s Tax Season Employee Wellness Program
BUFFALO, NY—Dopkins & Company, LLP, a full-service Certified Public Accounting and Consulting firm, announces its Eigth Annual “Health is Wealth Busy Season” challenge. Presented by the firm’s Wellness Committee, the four-month challenge is designed to promote healthy lifestyle choices and weight maintenance. The program kicks off on Friday, January 24th and will run through the end of tax season.
Throughout the Challenge, the Wellness Committee will provide information on various healthy dieting and exercise techniques through weekly newsletters and various fitness and nutrition activities. In addition, the Wellness Committee will also sponsor an optional weight loss competition with prizes for all participants reaching specific goals.
The Dopkins Wellness Committee creates programs that foster lifelong healthy behavior decisions, and strives to address risk factors in a manner that promotes a balanced and fulfilling personal and professional life for all team members. In 2019, 24 participants of the optional “Health is Wealth Busy Season” weight loss challenge lost a total of 222 pounds, with all participants losing at least some weight as a result of participating in the challenge. “Not only losing weight, but gaining a healthy lifestyle is what this program is all about,” stated Robert Bauer, chair of the Dopkins Wellness Committee.
Editor’s Note: Dopkins & Company, LLP, a locally owned certified public accounting and consulting firm offers comprehensive accounting, auditing and tax services, forensic accounting, as well as IT, wealth management consulting, internal audit support, and collateral examinations to privately held and public companies, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals.