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December 2, 2022

Vault Accounting 50: The Not Quite Top 25 (2013)

Since we've sufficiently gave attention to the top 25 firms in this year's Vault Accounting 50, as well as those firms whom you all think are the bee knees, we know will present the firms that are a merger or two or three away (or the endorsement of another golfer that will pose in body paint) from breaking into the upper crust.

26 (35) ParenteBeard

27 (15) Rehmann

28 (24) McGladrey

29 (25) BDO

30 (26) J.H. Cohn – The loss at the Battle of Roseland probably didn't help matters.

31 (28) Crowe Horwath

32 (29) Clifton Gunderson

33 (31) BKD

34 (10) EisnerAmper – Ouch. Did the managing partner kill someone?

35 (36) Wipfli

36 (34) WeiserMazars

37 (33) Anchin, Block & Anchin

38 (38) UHY Advisors

39 (41) Novogradac & Company

40 (42) RubinBrown

41 (37) Citrin Cooperman

42 (NR) Blum Shapiro

43 (39) Margolin, Winer & Evens

44 (NR) Holtz Rubenstein Reminick

45 (45) Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain

46 (44) Kaufmin, Rossin & Co.

47 (49) Suby, Von Haden & Associates

48 (46) Habif, Arogeti & Wynne

50 (50) Aronson & Company – Those iPads didn't do much.

Accounting Firms Rankings 2013: Vault Accounting 50 [Vault]

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