Smolin Lupin & Co. of Fairfield, N.J., has merged with McKinley White & Co., LLP of Paramus, N.J., expanding the firm’s services in the not-for-profit, education and transportation sectors.

The merger, which took effect Monday, January 16, will bring two new CPA partners, Thomas McKinley, and Susan T. White, to Smolin Lupin, along with accounting and support staff. The expanded team are expected to dovetail well with the other CPAs at the firm.

“This merger provides Smolin Lupin with an even broader level of talent,” said Smolin Lupin president Ted Dudek, CPA, in a statement. “McKinley White & Co. is known for its experience in working with school boards, nonprofits and trucking companies. This merger makes our company stronger, more diversified and better positioned for future growth.”

“What attracted us to Smolin Lupin is the firm’s ability to provide experienced accounting and auditing resources across the board,” McKinley said. “It is rare to find an accounting firm with such a widespread ability to meet client requests. No matter the issue, there is someone at Smolin Lupin who has the day-to-day experience to handle it.”

White agreed, noting the firm has been working with Smolin Lupin for a number of years.

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