Goldstein/Sacks & Associates has agreed to merge with Alexander Thompson Arnold CPAs.

Prior to joining ATA, Goldstein/Sacks provided high-end tax preparation, accounting and consulting services to individuals and businesses in the Nashville area. Middle Tennessee will now have access to ATA's accounting, auditing and consulting services for individuals and organizations of various sizes. The firm has experience in the financial institutions industry, government sector, construction industry, transportation industry, not-for-profit industry, and a variety of private and public companies.

"Joining forces with Alexander Thompson Arnold has been very exciting for our team," Goldstein/Sacks co-founder Larry Sacks said in a statement. "ATA has the resources of a large accounting firm, which can be a great advantage for our clients, but they focus on providing personalized customer service. Our clients will see many positive things from this merger and will continue to work with the same employees they know and trust."

In addition to expanded accounting services, ATA Technologies will begin serving Middle Tennessee from ATA's office in Nashville. ATA Technologies, a subsidiary of ATA, offers a number of information technology services, including managed services, IT consulting, computer forensics and cloud services.

"The marriage of our firms is a win-win situation for everyone," said Al Creswell, chief manager with Alexander Thompson Arnold. "ATA's heritage is customer service centered and locally focused, which fits nicely with the integrity of Goldstein/Sacks. We look forward to continued growth and prosperity with this partnership."

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