Thomas R. Haggerty CPA merges with Lewis & Knopf
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Local accounting firms Thomas R. Haggerty CPA, PC, and Lewis & Knopf CPAs, P.C., recently announced a merger. Effective last month, Thomas R. Haggerty, CPA, PC, became recognized as Lewis & Knopf CPAs, P.C.
Lewis & Knopf, CPAs, P.C. is a local mid-market accounting firm based in Flint, Michigan. The firm maintains specialties in the construction, manufacturing and distribution, professional service, retail, and not-for-profit sectors. Lewis & Knopf currently employs 40 professionals in the Flint area.
“We view this merger as a significant benefit for clients of both firms, as well as our employees,” says Anita Abrol, CPA, managing principal of Lewis & Knopf. “Combining our resources and knowledge base is a tremendous win for our clients.”
Thomas R. Haggerty CPA was established in 1997. The firm primarily serves small to medium-sized businesses and individuals in Livingston and Washtenaw, Michigan, and surrounding communities.
“Our first priority has always been to provide the best service possible to our clients. We feel confident this merger enhances our ability to fulfill this objective,” said Tom Haggerty, CPA, MST, president of Thomas R. Haggerty CPA, PC. “We believe this move allows us to more effectively serve as a trusted advisor to our clients.”
The merged practices will retain the name Lewis & Knopf CPAs, P.C. Both the Flint office location (5206 Gateway Centre, Flint, MI 48507) and the office location for the Thomas R. Haggerty CPA, PC facilities (5918 Meridan Blvd., Suite 1, Brighton, MI 48116) will remain the same. The professionals at Lewis & Knopf can be contacted at (810) 238-4617 in Flint or (810) 225-1808 in Brighton.
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