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GGI adds member firm in the US

GGI has added Whisman Giordano & Associates, in Newark, DE, USA to its association.

Whisman Giordano & Associates is a certified public accounting and business consulting firm, providing services in accounting, auditing, tax planning, and business advisory services to HNWIs, entrepreneurs, health care entities, construction firms, real estate companies, the energy sector, and other closely held businesses.

Established in 1973, the firm is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Delaware Society of CPAs and the Better Business Bureau. It also provides services to non-profit organisations and governmental institutions on state and local levels.

Whisman Giordano & Associates has eight partners and has a total staff and professional count of 30. The main office language is English.

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