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Ray Sweet, MBA, CPA


Chief Financial Officer

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Professional Background

Ray Sweet joined PSA as the Chief Financial Officer in May of 2012. An incredibly accomplished and talented business leader, Ray oversees PSA’s finance and accounting teams. Ray is a very resourceful and bottom-line oriented business management executive who brings unique leadership and vision to PSA.

Ray has more than 25 years of domestic and international experience in finance, operations and business management. Prior to PSA, Sweet spent seven years as Vice President and CFO of JPB Enterprises, where he was responsible for all finance functions and founded the company’s outsourcing practice. Other past positions include CFO and Business Manager for Broadcast Sports, Inc., and CEO and CFO for CHEMSPEC, Inc., a multi-national specialty chemical manufacturer. Ray started his career as an auditor for Coopers & Lybrand.

Ray holds an MBA in Finance from Loyola University Maryland and earned his Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Accounting from Towson University.

Ray is a Certified Public Accountant, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants and is a board member of Financial Executives International.

Business/Customer Service Philosophy

“PSA’s mission is to protect and grow the assets of our clients. We do this through a disciplined approach to managing their risk, exceeding their expectations and going above and beyond the traditional suite of services provided by our competitors. It is this true spirit of partnership that sets us apart, that increases the value of our relationships.”


Recent Blog Posts
Estate Planning (compressed)

Managing Estate Taxes Through Charitable Giving (without alienating your heirs)

In this blog post, I’ll explain how estate planning can incorporate charitable gifts in a manner that benefits both the charity and the inheritor. When done well, estate plans that involve charitable donations can benefit all involved parties — donors, their beneficiaries, and the charities they choose to support. Yet charitable donations can get tricky […]

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Final Version of ACA Reporting Forms Issued by IRS (Benefit Minute)

The Internal Revenue Service has released final forms and instructions for ACA reporting requirements related to enrollment in minimum essential coverage (MEC) and the offer of MEC by employers subject to the employer mandate. These forms and instructions were previously issued in draft form, and there are only limited changes to the final forms. The […]

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Nursing Homes: Avoid Costly Workers’ Compensation Claims

One might think nursing homes constitute a low-risk work environment. But that’s not the case: employees of nursing homes and personal care facilities suffer some of the highest rates of injuries on the job. Consequently, nursing homes experience a lost workday illness and injury (LWDII) rate more than four times higher than that of private […]


Zappos’ Jon Wolske on Why Workplace Culture Matters

They think of themselves as one big family, and strive to give all employees — regardless of stature — a sense of ownership in what they do. If you attended the recent PSA Partnership event, “Being Intentional About Your Culture,” you know I’m talking about the online shoe retailer, Zappos, headquartered in Las Vegas and […]