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Larson & Rosenberger, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has joined CPAmerica International, a national association of independent, certified public accounting firms that provides shared best practices, networking opportunities and access to expert resources for member firms.
By joining CPAmerica, Larson & Rosenberger will be able to continue to offer the knowledge and attention of a local firm, but will have access to the resources of national and international firms.
“We are honored to be part of the CPAmerica team. We look forward to sharing our knowledge as well as absorbing knowledge from leaders of member firms,” said Dennis Larson, managing partner of Larson & Rosenberger. “We’ve made progress over the past few years, but we’re at a point where we need to have an association with firms who have been through some of the issues involved with multiple offices and rapid growth.”
CPAmerica is an exclusive association of more than 80 independent CPA firms across the United States. CPAmerica is a member of Crowe Horwath International, which has members in more than 650 offices in more than 100 countries around the world (www.crowehorwath.net).
“Having attended the lead partner conference last year, I was again reminded that not all accounting expertise resides in the Big 4 firms,” said Greg Denning, tax partner with Larson & Rosenberger. “In fact, much of the knowledge gained at the bigger firms now resides in firms who are members of CPAmerica. We look forward to the opportunity of sharing expertise with these firms—not only technical expertise, but also best practices and soft skills.”
After undergoing a rigorous quality review for CPAmerica membership, only those firms with the highest standards in all practice areas are approved by members.
“Members often tell us that developing supportive professional relationships and member sharing are the most valuable assets of their membership,” said Alan Deichler, president of CPAmerica. “Larson & Rosenberger will be a great addition to the sharing of best practices and knowledge within the association.”