BusinessTN ranks LBMC’S Morgan and Pilson among the top 25 accountants in Tennessee

BusinessTN magazine recently released a list of the Top 25 Accountants in the state of Tennessee. Among those listed were David Morgan and Sid Pilson of Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC (LBMC). This list is compiled based upon recommendations of Tennessee businesses, attorneys and accountants.

As stated in the article, "Strength in Numbers," in the March 2008 issue of Business TN, “The role of a good accountant involves much more than filling out forms at tax time. Experienced CPAs are vital to business growth and success. From business plan to succession strategy, they weigh in on every aspect of a business’ life cycle.”

David Morgan, founding and co-managing partner of LBMC, is a driving force behind the growth and vision of LBMC. David has seen the firm grow from 12 employees and one office in 1984 to over 400 people in three offices (Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville) in 2008. While he is highly regarded as a business consultant, his client focus is on high wealth individuals and family groups, to which he provides personal financial planning, retirement planning, insurance consulting and investment advisory services.

Sid Pilson is a leader in the Wealth Management Group of LBMC. He is widely known and well regarded in the accounting industry for providing high level tax planning services to high wealth individuals and their related entities. With 38 years of experience, Sid now works with many of Nashville’s leading corporate health care executives.

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