Rosen Seymour Shapss Martin & Co. has merged with another New York accounting firm, Miller Ellin & Co., expanding RSSM's ability to service its audit, tax and consulting clients.

The combined firm will use RSSM's name. All of Miller Ellin's nearly 40 staff members, including five partners and two principals, are moving into RSSM's offices in Midtown Manhattan. The merger went into effect on Jan. 1.

"Because of the similarities between our two firms, the merger with Miller Ellin was a natural step," said RSSM managing partner Martin L. Greenberg (pictured) in a statement. "This merger enables us to enhance our service commitment to our clients."

New partners at RSSM include Michael Bernstein, Bernard P. Lewites, David W. Ostrow, Mitchell Rubin and Hilton L. Sokol. The new principals are Mark Peltz and Keith Stone.

RSSM had annual revenues of $35 million, while Miller Ellin had $9 million. RSSM ranked 90th on Accounting Today's 2008 list of the Top 100 Firms.

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