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January 30, 2023

Sponsored: Armanino LLP: A Silicon Valley Startup Dressed Up as a CPA Firm

Please enjoy this sponsored content featuring Armanino, an Accountingfly Firm Partner.

If you’re not familiar with California-based accounting firm Armanino, it’s about time you got acquainted. You see, Armanino has quietly become one of the most innovative and respected firms in the US. And they’re pretty funny, too. In this year of the denim, no accounting firm has rolled out their “all jeans all the time” initiative quite like Armanino. 

Get to know a little more about Armanino by watching Accountingfly CEO Jeff Phillips interview Armanino Senior Associate Sean Taylor in their Meet This Firm video.

Some of the highlights from their chat include:

  • Why many consider Armanino to be a Silicon Valley startup dressed as a CPA firm.
  • How Sean and other employees have direct access to Andy Armanino and the executive leadership team.
  • Sean’s role on the firm’s Staff Advisory Board.

Learn more about Armanino on their Accountingfly profile page. The firm has open positions in San Ramon, San Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles.

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