Argy names three new partners

McLean, Virginia-based Argy, Wiltse & Robinson, P.C. (Argy), a rapidly-growing certified public accounting and business advisory firm, is proud to announce that three employees of the firm have been promoted to partners effective January 1, 2009.

• Patty Brickett – International Assignment Services
• Dean Peterson – Corporate Income Tax
• Ed Plunkett – Corporate Audit

“Argy is experiencing extraordinary growth which, in turn, has created opportunities for us to promote from within,” said Paul Argy, the firm’s President & CEO. “Dean and Ed have been with the firm for more than 10 years and Patty for nearly five. They are extremely talented and are an integral part of our success.” The promotions bring the total number of Argy partners to 27.

Brickett has over 18 years of experience providing international tax and human resources consulting services to global clients. Brickett works with both U.S. expatriates overseas and foreign nationals living and/or working in the U.S. Her clients range from companies beginning to expand globally to those with mature expatriate populations.

Peterson has 11 years experience in public accounting, nearly all at Argy. He assists clients with a variety of complex tax compliance issues, with particular expertise in the real estate and professional services industries. Peterson works primarily with clients that are structured as partnerships and limited liability companies. He also handles tax compliance issues for law firms, software consultants and other professional service providers.

Plunkett has over 10 years of diversified auditing, accounting and management advisory experience serving companies in a variety of industries, including government contracting, technology, airfreight, manufacturing and other service businesses. Plunkett oversees multiple client engagements and plans, executes, directs and completes external audits. His audit engagements include emerging businesses to large middle market enterprises.

About Argy, Wiltse & Robinson, P.C.
Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices in Bethesda, Maryland, Miami, Florida and North Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Argy, Wiltse & Robinson, P.C. (Argy) provides specialized tax, accounting and business consulting services. With over 230 employees, Argy — one of the largest public accounting firms in the Washington metropolitan region — serves a broad base of clients in the government contracting, nonprofit, technology, real estate, medical, publishing, professional services and hospitality sectors. Argy has been recognized by such publications as Inside Public Accounting, American City Journals, Accounting Today, Public Accounting Report and Forbes.

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