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BerryDunn receives CPA recognition

BerryDunn was recently recognized as one of the top 100 CPA/Consulting firms in the nation by Accounting Today.

Earning No. 65 on the list this year– jumping up nine spots from No. 74 in 2018. BerryDunn sees its commitment to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people as the primary reasons for its continued success.

In addition to the top 100 ranking, BerryDunn was named the seventh fastest-growing firm in the country. BerryDunn saw revenue increase by more than 26 percent over the previous year. BerryDunn’s consulting practice has expanded significantly in recent years, complementing the firm’s robust tax and assurance services.

“In addition to growing our traditional CPA services, key growth areas have been consulting services in local and state government, as well as Medicaid. We are also providing new value-added consulting in conjunction with our core audit and tax services for healthcare, commercial enterprises, and financial institutions,” Managing Principal John Chandler said. “While our company has grown over 45 years, our mission has remained constant: to provide great clients with great service, built on integrity, expertise, and a total commitment to helping each client gain control over challenges and opportunities that drive value for them.”

Contributing to BerryDunn’s high ranking, Accounting Today cited the firm’s employee growth of more than 23 percent over last year. BerryDunn has offices spanning the country from its original location in Portland, Maine, to Phoenix, Ariz. The Phoenix office serves as a hub for engagements in the West and Southwest, including Texas and California. In addition, home offices in 26 states enable the firm to provide clients in nearly 50 states with meaningful field visits, retaining the high-touch client interaction for which BerryDunn is known.

BerryDunn is the largest certified public accounting and management consulting firm in Northern New England, with business offices in Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, West Virginia, and Arizona.

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