McGladrey Continues to Grow, and Grow, and Grow

RSM McGladrey, Inc., a division of H&R Block, has acquired the assets of How, Cacchione, Gainey PA, a tax and accounting firm in Naples, FL, effective November 1, 2001.

"We're looking forward to adding the outstanding professionals of How Cacchione, Gainey to our Naples office," said Tom Rotherham, chief executive officer of RSM McGladrey. "This will help us solidify our position as the premiere provider of accounting, tax and consulting services to mid-sized businesses in the fast-growing Napes area."

How, Cacchione, Gainey is a 15-year-old firm that provides mostly tax and tax planning services to high-income individuals who live in Naples and South Florida. Richard How, the firm's owner, stated that many of the firm's tax clients can benefit from the personal wealth management planning that RSM McGladrey offers with its Wealth Management Solutions practice.

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