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AGN and CPAmerica expand in US

AGN International and CPAmerica have expanded their coverage in the US, admitting two firms each.

Silver Lerner Schwartz & Fertel (SLSF) based in Illinois and Chiampou Travis Besaw & Kershner (CTB&K) based in New York have joined AGN International.

SLSF provides a full range of audit, tax and consulting services to its clients, which include distributors, restaurants and professional services industries.

CTB&K has 80 staff and also offers a full range of audit, tax and consulting services including niche services in valuations and transaction advisory support.

Karp, Ackerman, Skabowski & Hogan (KASH) based in New York and Spilman, Hills & Heidebrink (SHH) located in Ohio have joined CPAmerica.

KASH provides accounting, tax and business consultation services to individuals and business clients in Hudson, Saratoga Springs and Albany.

SHH provides accounting, tax and financing services to individuals, closely held businesses, governmental entities and non-profits in the Toledo area.

CPAmerica is a national association of independent firms.


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