Maryland CPA named 40-year honorary member of AICPA

Gaithersburg, MD-based DeLeon & Stang is pleased to announce that Stan Berger, CPA, senior manager, was recently named an honorary member of The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

"Stan is a skilled professional whose recognition by the AICPA sets a good example for others at our firm," said Allen DeLeon, CPA, PFS, partner. "He is unsurpassed in his commitment and contributions to our staff and clients."

The honorary member certificate is given to CPAs who have been members of the AICPA for 40 years. The AICPA is the national professional association of CPAs with more than 350,000 members in public, business and industry, government and education.

As a senior manager, Berger serves in a variety of leadership and service capacities. He assists his clients as a trusted advisor and provides comprehensive accounting, tax planning and advisory services. Berger’s areas of client focus include restaurants, medical practices and retail operations.

Founded in 1984, DeLeon & Stang, Certified Public Accountants and Advisors, provides 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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