Massachusetts accounting firms Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld and Gold & Goldberg have merged.

G&G managing partner Bruce A. Gold decided to join ALL as a result of the retirement earlier this year of his partner and co-founder Len Goldberg. His Newtown, Mass.-based CPA firm is moving into ALL’s offices in Chestnut Hill, Mass., and will provide services under the Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld name.

“This will provide growth opportunities to my staff, who have been with me from eight to 20 years, and ensure that we can provide all services at a very high level to help our clients thrive,” said Gold.

ALL is a full-service CPA and business advisory firm that provides the traditional accounting, audit and tax services, as well as business consultation, business valuation, financial planning and personal financial administration. G&G has traditionally been a tax firm. ALL acquired Lawrence K. Landy's tax practice in September (see Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld Acquires Tax Practice).

The heads of the two firms were familiar with each other from working on various committees over the years.

“I’ve known Bruce [Gold] for years,” said ALL managing partner Ron Loberfeld. “We served on several committees like the MAP committee in Massachusetts, and we’ve known each other professionally for years.”

ALL has 35 professionals and staff, while G&G has five, including one partner, bringing the total number of people at the combined firms to 40. The merger took effect on Nov. 1.

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