Stephen Noon

Stephen Noon

CPA, CGMA, PSA Director at Mercadien P.C., Certified Public Accountants

Private Company Services, Business & Financial Consulting, Audit & Assurance, Nonprofit & Human Services

609-689-2359


Stephen Noon is a director at Mercadien, P.C., Certified Public Accountants, and a member of the firm’s Audit and Assurance and Private Company Services Groups. He is responsible for managing and performing audits, reviews and compilations; evaluating systems of internal controls; and preparing financial statements.  Steve specializes in working with clients in the corporate and nonprofit sectors.

Mr. Noon also is a key member of the firm’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Group. He helps clients – benefit plan administrators – meet their annual compliance and reporting requirements, and provides guidance and recommendations enabling them to effectively maintain ongoing compliance with Department of Labor regulations. Steve addresses and interprets pronouncements that impact the financial reporting of benefit plans; designs and implements standardized benefit plan financial statement templates; and leads Mercadien’s employee benefit plan trainings to ensure our audit professionals are continually and deeply knowledgeable about industry developments affecting these clients.

Mr. Noon resides in Cherry Hill, NJ with his wife and daughter.


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