Baker Tilly International reports $3.4 billion in global revenues; Rea & Associates donates food to Help Can Hunger drive; and more news from CPA offices across the country.
Gilbert Associates, Sacramento, announced it has adopted the MindBridge Ai Auditor audit analytics software platform.
Rinehimerbaker, Jupiter, was named a Partner of the Quarter for the first fiscal quarter of 2018 by Sage Intacct, recognized for its strong sales performance, consultative abilities, and ability to help clients find value in the cloud. (Read the full story.)
Rodman CPAs, Waltham, announced the firm will be attending Solar Power Northeast 2018, Feb. 5-6 in Boston, and available to answer questions about Investment Tax Credit qualification and eligibility, grant qualification assistance and more. The firm's "Green Team" will be available to attendees at booth 309 and includes: Rodman CPA president Steve Rodman and partners Kathy Parker and Tom Astore; senior accountant Elysha Sturm; supervisor Mark Vitello; and marketing director Kathy Bautze.
Citrin Cooperman, New York, was certified as a Qualified Security Assessor Company by the PCI Security Standards Council, which recognized the firm for demonstrating the expertise, experience and training of its staff to ensure the quality of PCI Data Security Standard compliance assessments they perform.
Marcum, New York, was designated a Certified Acceptance Agent by the IRS, establishing Marcum as authorized to process applications for Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers for foreign nationals who have tax filing requirements in the United States.
Rea & Associates, New Philadelphia, and its employees organized the 14th annual Help Can Hunger food drive among its 13 offices, donating a total of 36,525 pounds of food to help nonprofits and food pantries across Ohio.
Deloitte and the Deloitte Foundation announced that a team of students representing the University of San Diego won the 17th annual FanTAXtic case study competition for best presentation of an analysis on a true-to-life tax case. The finals were held Jan. 12-14 at Deloitte University in Westlake. (Read the full story.)
Baker Tilly International, London, announced worldwide revenues of $3.4 billion for the year ended Dec. 31, 2017, representing year-over-year growth of 6.4 percent. The firm also announced a global headcount increase of 10.2 percent, with 33,600 people now operating out of 796 offices in 147 territories worldwide. (Read the full story.)