Aronson & Co. names new officer

Aronson & Company, a nationally ranked top 50 accounting and consulting firm headquartered in Rockville, Md. announced the appointment of Laurence C. Rubin, CPA as their newest officer.

Rubin specializes in small business start-up and growth stage guidance as well as business and individual tax compliance and tax planning. He also successfully represents clients before the federal and local governments to negotiate tax debts and resolve tax disputes. He has conducted various seminars to the Washington Board of Trade and the Northern Virginia Technology Council and has been a past contributor to various small business publications. Rubin is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and graduated magna cum laude from Towson State University in 1987 with bachelor's degrees in accounting and economics.

Lisa J. Cines, CPA, Managing Officer, Aronson & Company, commented, "Larry has been an invaluable member of our staff for many years, serving as an independent contractor with Aronson & Company before joining us as a full-time manager three years ago. His career path with A&C is a perfect example of the opportunities available to committed and motivated professionals."

Aronson & Company’s extensive experience with both private and public companies allows them to function as key business advisors to organizations of varying size with innovative solutions to the problems that company’s face in today’s dynamic business environment.

Rubin said, "A&C is a progressive firm that has allowed me to develop strong client relationships by helping clients with more than just typical accounting and tax services." He continued, "As partner, I will help our staff continue to gain the appropriate knowledge and experiences necessary to ensure that the private business group will further stand out from its competition. The current partners have expressed confidence and trust in me, an honor that I do not take lightly. I am very fortunate to be part of such a great firm.

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