BlumShapiro, the largest New England-based regional accounting, tax and business consulting firm, today announced it has been selected as the #1 firm in the New England region for the second consecutive year by Accounting Today.
Accounting Today’s 2016 Top 100 Firms, the publication’s annual survey, is based on total revenues, total employees and management advisory services or consulting.
BlumShapiro repeated its ranking as the Top Firm in New England with revenues of $72.7 million in 2015, an increase of more than 6 percent over the previous year. Overall, BlumShapiro was ranked as the 53rd largest accounting firm in the United States. In addition, BlumShapiro was ranked 4th nationally in Auditing & Accounting for those firms in the $40-$100 million in revenues category.
“BlumShapiro is consistently chosen by clients because we are a unique, integrated source for accounting, tax and business consulting services, which allows us to help our clients maximize opportunity and unlock their full potential,” said Joseph A. Kask, chief executive officer of BlumShapiro. “We are continuing to focus on performance in 2016 by building and sustaining a healthy, high-performance culture that continues to deliver top-notch client service and secure strong client relationships. Accounting Today’s recognition reflects the integrity, quality, service and innovation that has defined the BlumShapiro culture for more than 30 years.”
The appointment of Kask as BlumShapiro’s Chief Executive Officer was noted in the publication’s “2016 Firm Highlights” section.
Accounting Today’s Top 100 Firms continues to be regarded as one of the most thorough, complete and accurate views of the 100 largest accounting firms in the country, ranked by net revenues. The full report includes information on which practice areas are seeing the most growth, as well as which issues are of greatest concern to the firm’s executives.
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