A.J. Brackins Merges with Kmetz, Nuttall, Elwell, Graham
by Terri Eyden on
The thirty-five-year-old firm of A.J. Brackins, CPA, PA announced on July 1, 2012, that the firm will be merging with Kmetz, Nuttall, Elwell, Graham, PLLC (KNEG). This merger will allow KNEG CPAs to continue their strategy of growth and to expand their ability to serve clients in the Florida Treasure Coast area.
The merger will include a move to KNEG's offices in Vero Beach, Florida, where Brackins will continue to serve his clients in the forensic auditing, citrus, nonprofit, municipality, construction, aircraft, real estate, and wholesale industries.
According to KNEG Managing Partner Scott Nuttall, this merger will add more benefits to the firm's service offerings for both client bases: "Our focus on continuing to offer the highest level of expertise, combined with cutting-edge technologies, is what sets KNEG apart."
Nuttall added, "The addition of A.J. (Reese) Brackins will broaden the firm's areas of expertise and afford our staff the ability to grow their knowledge base in industries that Reese has been serving for decades. We are excited to have this addition to our firm and feel the transition will be seamless, as the philosophies of client service excellence by both firms will continue to coexist."
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