Hanna, McGlone & Co. Merges with Smart Devine
by Terri Eyden on
By Jason Bramwell
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania–based CPA firm Hanna, McGlone & Co. PC (Hanna McGlone) has merged with Smart Devine, a full-service accounting, tax, and advisory practice located in Philadelphia.
The expanded organization, which will operate under the Smart Devine name, will employ more than eighty accounting and consulting professionals and give Smart Devine a key strategic location in the suburbs of Philadelphia.
"For more than thirty-five years, Hanna McGlone has been known for its integrity and expertise throughout the Philadelphia region," Smart Devine CEO James Smart said in a written statement. "A significant component of our long-term growth strategy is to grow through merger and acquisition. The merger with Hanna McGlone represents the successful execution of this ongoing strategy."
Founded in 1975, Hanna McGlone provides a variety of audit, accounting, and advisory services to a select group of businesses and individuals seeking advice on tax savings, wealth accumulation, technology optimization, business growth, and attest services.
"We are excited to be joining an excellent firm such as Smart Devine with the professional advantages presented to more capably serve clientele by providing a greater depth and array of accounting, tax, and consulting services while maintaining the culture of discrete personal service," Hanna McGlone Managing Partner Jim Hanna said in a written statement.
Nationally recognized as one of the fastest-growing accounting firms, Smart Devine provides a full range of accounting, advisory, tax, and investigative forensic accounting services to companies across a variety of industries, including financial services/banking, health care institutions, IT, not-for-profit, and private equity and venture capital. [
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