Clarksville, Tenn. (July, 17, 2003) -- Facing its first flat year in a long time as it prepares to turn 50, the CPA firm of Stone Rudolph and Henry has still managed double-digit growth for several years running, is already outgrowing its new office space, and is on track to grow its staff of 25 to 40 within the next three years.

What’s their secret? Putting the client first, having a fairly traditional but complementary set of niche services, and “always having a plan,” according to managing partner Tom Henry.

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