CPA and business advisory firm Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld PC will merge with Newton, Mass.-based CPA firm Glantz, Saperstein, Leavitt & Farber, LLP.Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Both firms will operate from Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld’s Chestnut Hill, Mass., office and provide service under that name. GSLF has practiced public accounting for 47 years and will bring seven employees with it in the deal. Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld is a full-service firm and will now have a combined staff of 32, including six partners. The firm specializes in offering tax, accounting, audit and financial reporting services to closely held businesses, individuals and non-profit organizations and also provides business valuation and financial planning services.
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