MIAMI, July 16, 2021 — KSDT CPA [Kabat, Schertzer, De La Torre, Taraboulos & Co.] was once again recognized on South Florida’s Business Journal Annual ranking of top accounting firms by billings.
According to South Florida Business Journal, KSDT CPA was listed as number 13 out of 25 top accounting firms in South Florida with annual billings of $17.5 million.
“As we continue to be included on the SFBJ annual ranking list and more importantly continue to move up, it is a testament to our people and our strategic vision”, said Jeffrey Taraboulos, Managing Partner KSDT. “We look forward to continuing to grow and move up the list in which we are in great company with other top firms in South Florida.”
About KSDT CPA
KSDT CPA, one of South Florida’s largest and one of the country’s fastest growing accounting firms. Annually recognized as a Gulf Coast Regional Leader by Accounting Today and once again recognized by Forbes as one of the ‘Top Tax and Accounting Firms’ for 2021. KSDT CPA is a full-service firm with 16 partners, 135+ staff and over 10,000 clients, providing tax, accounting, audit, and advisory services to include but not limited to; Estate Planning, Wealth Management, M&A, Litigation Support, Business Valuation, Healthcare Advisory and more.
In addition, our ability to handle complex domestic and international clients, KSDT CPA is a proud to be a Member Firm of Integra-International global CPA alliance which extends our service reach to every major business center of the world through its 5,000 members.
For more about KSDT CPA visit www.ksdtcpa.com or call (305) 670-3370
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