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January 30, 2023

Meet This Firm: Clark Nuber

Clark Nuber

Meet This Firm is a series of video interviews featuring the best accounting employers across the United States for high performing accounting professionals and CPAs. Please enjoy this sponsored post courtesy of Clark Nuber, an Accountingfly Firm Partner. Contact Judy Schryver to learn more about firm partnerships.

Clark Nuber is an award-winning CPA and consulting firm serving clients with operations throughout the world. Frequently named one of the best places to work both locally and nationally, Clark Nuber is the sixth largest accounting firm in the Seattle metropolitan area.

If you truly enjoy the discipline of accounting and its application in real-world business situations, you’ll be at home at Clark Nuber. The firm works hard, but also believes in having fun—both at and after work, as well as pursuing individual interests. Being well-rounded helps the staff communicate well with a diverse range of clients and come up with new solutions to challenging problems.

Clark Nuber embraces productive change and encourages creative thinking from everyone who works at the firm. They invest heavily in employee education and support efforts to obtain certifications and advanced degrees, improve leadership skills, and become experts in new technology. Their goal is to create an environment in which learning from each other, from clients, and from peers is encouraged and valued.

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