Best Firms to Work for 2012
Our annual list of the best workplaces in accounting
Meet the (very happy) staff of TaxOps, the No. 1 small accounting firm to work for in the U.S. Find more members of our annual list of the Best Accounting Firms to Work For in this slide show -- and see the whole list of 100 in our special report.
No. 3 Large Firm
Kearney & Co. / Alexandria, Va.
No. 3 Midsized Firm
Lutz & Co. / Omaha, Neb.
No. 3 Small Firm
DeLeon & Stang CPAs / Gaithersburg, Md.
No. 2 Large Firm
The Bonadio Group / Pittsford, N.Y.
No. 2 Midsized Firm
McGowen, Hurst, Clark & Smith / West Des Moines, Iowa
No. 2 Small Firm
Johnson Jacobson Wilcox / Las Vegas
No. 1 Large Firm
Kaufman, Rossin & Co. / Miami
No. 1 Midsized Firm
Porter Keadle Moore / Atlanta
No. 1 Small Firm
TaxOps / Lakewood, Colo.
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