New York accounting firms merge

Two western New York-based accounting firms, James Amato and Co. PC and Fox and Co. LLP, have announced the formation of a new accounting and business consulting firm.

The new firm, Amato, Fox, and Co. PC, at 36 Niagara St. in Tonawanda, NY will provide a full range of services including auditing, tax preparation, accounting, business advisory and computer evaluation and installations.

Buffalo's Busines First reports that Amato, Fox, and Co. has 25 associates and has a focus in the not-for-profit and municipality sectors. Not-for-profit organizations include charitable, cultural, community, fraternal and religious organizations. Other clients include wholesale, retail, construction, universities and colleges, and school districts, among several others.

Fox and Co. LLP was established in 1956 and James Amato and Co. PC was founded in 1959.

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