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January 30, 2023

McGladrey’s Plan For World Domination: Nebraska!

Nebraska – the birthplace of both the McRib and TV dinners as well as allegedly the "Happiest Place in the Nation" – is about to get happier:

McGladrey — one of the nation's leading accounting, tax and business consulting firms — has opened an office in Lincoln.

The company announced this month it has opened an office at 570 Fallbrook Blvd. It's the firm's second Nebraska location, following the opening of an Omaha office in 2006.

The new Lincoln office will offer an array of accounting and consulting services focused on the needs of middle-market companies, the company said. McGladrey serves businesses in industries including manufacturing, renewable energy, financial services, public sector, health care, gaming and consumer products.

The Lincoln office initially will have five to 10 employees, depending on the time of year and the projects they are working on. A McGladrey spokeswoman said that, initially, the Lincoln office will serve as a satellite office as the company works to build the practice there.

Congratulations, McGladrey! What's next, the big Goochland, VA McG compound?

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