Kirsch CPA Group Earns National Recognition
Oct 16, 2019
Kirsch CPA Group earns national recognition, based on the 2019 annual Public Accounting Survey and Analysis of Firms
The team at Kirsch CPA Group, a public accounting firm that specializes in accounting, tax, and advisory services was recently recognized by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) as both a Best of the Best Firm and Fastest-Growing Firm in the United States. This is the 4th time the firm has been recognized as a Best of the Best Firm.
“It is an honor to be recognized amongst the highest-performing CPA firms in the nation,” said Pete Abner, Partner. “Business owners want a CPA firm who understands what it takes to operate a successful business. Holding this distinction demonstrates that Kirsch CPA Group operates a high-performing business, and more importantly, we provide clients with a distinctive level of guidance to succeed in an ever-changing business environment.”
“Ranking as a top firm in the nation demonstrates that Kirsch provides results for our clients. We continually provide high-quality innovative ideas to help them run their businesses,” said Kirsch Partner. “We’re grateful for our talented team that works hard for our clients.”
The 2019 “Best of the Best” benchmarking report from INSIDE Public Accounting has been ranking the highest performers in the accounting profession for 25 years. The report uses a proprietary formula of over 50 financial and operational metrics linked to growth, operational efficiency, professional development, reinvestment, governance, productivity, low staff turnover, and partner alignment.
Publisher Mike Platt comments: “The Best of the Best firms are top performers across a range of success factors. They are well managed, profitable, efficient and growing, with a strong commitment to developing future leaders and finding new ways to solve client problems.”
For more information, INSIDE Public Accounting’s (IPA) Best of the Best CPA Firms list.
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