Maryland CPA firm’s partner obtains ABV designation
Richard C. Stang, CPA, CEA, partner at Gaithersburg, MD-based DeLeon & Stang, recently passed the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) Exam issued by The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Stang is a founding partner of DeLeon & Stang. His specialties include corporate and individual tax planning and preparation, estate planning, investment management, and insurance advisory services for businesses and individuals. With over 20 years of experience in public accounting, he assists businesses with development and implementation of accounting systems, budgets, and financial statements.
"This accomplishment demonstrates Rich's commitment to excellence. He is continuously seeking additional skill sets so he is able to deliver significant value to his clients," says Allen DeLeon, CPA, partner of DeLeon & Stang.
Founded in 1984, DeLeon & Stang, Certified Public Accountants and Advisors, is one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier accounting firms, providing the highest quality accounting, tax, audit, advisory, financial, business, and professional services to both individuals and organizations. DeLeon & Stang has a staff of over 20 professionals dedicated to providing Business Services, Individual Services and Advisory Services. The firm also sustains industry expertise in a number of areas such as credit unions, common interest realty associations (CIRA's), not-for-profits, hospitality organizations, individuals and small to medium-sized businesses.
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