CPA firm Braver said it is merging with Edward Giardina P.C., as Giardina joins Braver as a partner at the firm.

Financial details were not disclosed. Giardina's small staff will be joining Braver, which counts more than 180 employees and has annual revenue of $24 million.

"Together we will be able to offer our clients a more robust offering of services that includes business valuations along with our core services in accounting, wealth management, technology solutions and business strategies," said Braver president and CEO Patrick Riley in a statement.

Giardina's firm has provided income and estate tax planning, tax prep, financial statement reporting and business valuation services for more than 20 years to clients in New England and New York.

In other merger news, Armando Roman of Roman & Co. CPAs, based in Phoenix, Ariz., joined Johnson Harris Goff, based in Scottsdale, Ariz., in early November. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Roman provides the firm with a large client base in the Latino community, according to a JHG spokesperson. Johnson Harris Goff specializes in small business and the construction industries.

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