Alabama CPA firm finalist in "Best in Business"
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Barfield Murphy Shank & Smith CPA firm was selected as a finalist in the 2009 “Best in Business” awards by the Birmingham Business Journal.
The honor was based on factors such as financial performance, employee and client satisfaction, quality of service, community involvement, and contributions to the industry and economy.
This is the third consecutive year Barfield Murphy Shank & Smith has received this recognition.
About Barfield Murphy Shank & Smith, PC
Barfield Murphy Shank & Smith, PC is a CPA firm located in Birmingham, AL serving closely held businesses in various industries including construction, manufacturing, wholesale & retail distribution, non-profit and financial institutions. We provide the traditional accounting, auditing, and tax services as well as value added services including payroll administration, benefits administration and IT support and consulting. BMSS is the second largest local accounting firm in Birmingham.
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