|Michael Cohn, Accounting Today|
The combined firm will be known as
Approximately 60 percent of the professional staff at the combined firm are CPAs. The firm will be part of
“This merger will allow us to serve our current
His firm will be gaining several local government clients from the merger. Null-Lairson’s clients in
“This merger will accelerate our growth and broaden our service offerings to clients in the
The combined firm plans to focus on public and private entities in a number of industries and service lines, including employee benefit plans, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, high-net-worth individuals, family offices, manufacturing, distribution, nonprofits, professional services, real estate, retail, restaurants and technology.
Services include audit, tax planning and compliance, risk management, process improvement, litigation support, fraud investigations, consulting, business and asset valuations, financial services and bookkeeping.
“This is a perfect fit,” Autrey said. “While having some duplication in practice areas, each firm can also bring more to its clients. Null-Lairson’s expertise in public sector work is needed in the
Both firms have been recognized by Accounting Today as “Best Accounting Firms in the U. S. to Work For.” While revenue growth in the industry averaged 1 percent during 2011,
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