March 31, 2015

The Money Issue - Tax Planning

25 Biggest Accounting Firms in Florida

| 10/2/2012
Firm FL Professionals FL Offices Senior Exec
Deloitte & Touche 718 6 Peter T. Pruitt
Ernst & Young 392 5 Hector Tundidor
McGladrey 304 7 Kathleen Thomas-Beck
Morrison Brown Argiz & Farra 296 4 Antonio L. Argiz
Kaufman, Rossin & Co. 268 4 James R. Kaufman
Carr Riggs & Ingram 222 14 William (Bill) H. Carr
Crowe Horwath 169 3 Hugh E. Reynolds
Cherry, Bekaert & Holland 121 4 Terry Aidman
Marcum 112 4 Cecelia F. Garber
Warren Averett 106 4 J. Mort O’Sullivan III
Berkowitz Pollack Brant Advisors and Accountants 104 3 Richard A. Berkowitz
Saltmarsh Cleaveland & Gund 89 4 Ronald E Jackson
Cross, Fernandez & Riley 88 4 James Cross
CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann 79 2 Lewin Jerry
CBIZ Kirkland Russ Murphy & Tapp 75 1 William G. Tapp
Kerkering Barberio & Co. 74 2 Robert Lane
The LBA Group 64 1 Neal J. Von Stein
Thomas Howell Ferguson 61 1 Winston K. Howell
Pender Newkirk & Co. 58 1 Ralph Garcia
Goldstein Schechter Koch 54 3 Howard B. Lucas
Lewis Birch & Ricardo 48 3 Michael E. Lewis
Mallah Furman 47 2 Gary W. Dix
Hill, Barth and King 45 4 Barry F. Holes
Gerstle, Rosen & Goldenberg 45 4 Robert N. Rosen
Gregory Sharer & Stuart 42 1 James G. Newman
Information from individual firms. Research by Katie Rodgers

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