At HSS, we believe success is better when shared. Our benefits package is designed to be competitive in the industry, comprehensive in scope and meaningful to the individuals participating in it. Take a look at what we offer:


Salary:  HSS salaries are robust and intended to be competitive within the industry. Salary reviews and increases are done annually, to reward strong performance and recognize individual efforts in the success of the firm.

Performance Bonus: Professional staff have the opportunity to receive performance bonuses annually. These bonuses are based on both individual and firm performance.


401(k) Plan: All regular employees have immediate eligibility. The Plan offers traditional and Roth 401(k) deferral options.

Profit-Sharing Plan:  Employees who have completed one year of service during which they have worked at least 1,000 hours are eligible to participate in the Plan.

Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance: Provided to eligible employees at no cost. 

Group Term Life Insurance: Provided to eligible employees at no cost.


Personal Time Off (PTO): All full-time employees earn between 16 and 26 days of PTO, based on classification and years of service. Part-time employees working at least 1,000 hours earn a prorated portion.

Paid Holidays: Minimum of 7 paid holidays per year.

Bereavement Leave: Paid bereavement leave is available to all staff.

Civic Duty: Full-time employees subpoenaed to serve as a witness or on a jury will be compensated the difference between the civic pay received and the regular rate of pay for up to 80 hours per year.


Medical/dental/vision insurance:  HSS pays full premiums for medical and dental insurance, and returns a portion of the premium difference to individuals choosing higher deductible options.

Flexible Spending Plans:  Full-time employees are eligible to participate in plans established under Section 125 of the IRS Code. Plan options are provided for healthcare and dependent care expenses.

Health Savings Account:  Employees choosing the high deductible insurance option are automatically enrolled in an HSA. The firm makes contributions to this account through reimbursement of premium differentials.


CPA Exam: The firm will reimburse the fee for each part passed while the employee is employed with the firm. The firm considers time off to take the CPA exam to be compensable.

Licenses & Memberships: The firm pays the state license fee for all certified personnel. The firm also pays for membership in OSCPA, AICPA, and any other membership the firm deems beneficial to the employee as a member of the firm.

Continuing Education: The firm provides for employees’ continuing education to the extent necessary to maintain professional certifications, comply with governmental auditing standards, and maintain a high level of professional ability.