Lewis & Knopf acquires Shayna Accounting
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Lewis & Knopf CPAs, PC, this week announced that it has merged with Ann Arbor, MI-based Shayna Accounting, CPAs PC. The Ann Arbor location will be known as Shayna, Lewis & Knopf, a Division of Lewis & Knopf.
“This merger will only help improve our services to our clients,” said Anita Abrol, CPA, managing principal of Flint, MI-based Lewis & Knopf. “Though we continue to grow, we will maintain our commitment to exceptional service and will never lose our close personal relationships with our clients.”
Abrol told AccountingWEB that the firm currently does not anticipate additional acquisitions for the remainder of 2010 or in 2011.
Lewis & Knopf specializes in serving construction, auto dealerships, manufacturing and distribution, professional service, retail and not-for-profit organizations. The firm employs 46 professionals.
“Our decision to merge was based on a number of factors, but for the most part we recognized that we share identical service philosophies – always putting clients first and focusing on giving back to the community,” said Ken Shayna, CPA, president of Shayna Accounting. “Combining our resources and knowledge base is a tremendous win for our clients and our professionals.”
Shayna founded the firm in 1991, and its area of focus has included professional services, construction, retail, software and R&D firms, manufacturing and distribution, and not-for-profit organizations.
Shayna's Ann Arbor office location will remain the same at 58 Parkland Plaza, Suite 400, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. Shayna, Lewis & Knopf professionals can be reached at (734) 668-4770. Lewis & Knopf will continue serving clients at its Flint (5206 Gateway Centre, Flint, MI 48507) and Brighton (5918 Meridan Blvd., Suite 1, Brighton, MI 48116) office locations. They can be contacted at (810) 238-4617 in Flint or (810) 225-1808 in Brighton. For more information about Lewis & Knopf, visit www.lewis-knopf.com.
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