Slideshow Best Accounting Firms to Work For 2010

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  • December 05 2010, 11:00pm EST

Best Firms to Work For Awards Ceremony and Luncheon

Leaders from some of the best accounting firms in the country were invited to attend the awards ceremony and luncheon honoring their achievements. A ballroom at the spectacular Wynn hotel and casino in Las Vegas served as the setting for the Accounting Today Growth & Profitability Summit, the site of the awards ceremony.


Wilkin & Guttenplan

Janine Zirrith, the firm administrator at Wilkin & Guttenplan in East Brunswick, N.J., accepted an award on behalf of the firm, which captured the first-place prize for firms in the Midsized Firm category from Accounting Today editor-in-chief Bill Carlino and Best Companies Group president Peter Burke.

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Sikich LLP

Jeff Rudolph, the partner-in-charge of technology at Sikich LLP, in Aurora, Ill., accepted the second place award in the Large Firm category.


Johnson Jacobson Wilcox

Managing partner Gary Johnson of Johnson Jacobson Wilcox, in Las Vegas, won the first place award in the Small Firm category.


Barfield, Murphy, Shank & Smith, PC

Keith Barfield of Barfield, Murphy, Shank & Smith, PC, in Birmingham, Ala., accepted the third-place award in the Midsized Firm category.

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Invisible Award Winner

Not every firm that won an award was able to send a representative to accept it, so Peter Burke of Best Companies Group accepted awards on behalf of a number of firms.


Group Photo

A group photo of the Best Accounting Firms to Work For 2010 award winners, presenters and nominees.


Best Firms to Work For Award Trophies

A close-up view of the trophies presented to the award winners.

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MACPA's Tom Hood

Maryland Association of CPAs executive director Tom Hood delivered the opening keynote address at the conference, discussing how firms need to adapt to a changing business and technological environment.