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Tuesday August 4th, 2015 3:57PM

Local CPA firm participates in CPAmerica roundtable

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Rushton & Company recently sent three delegates to CPAmerica International's 2012 Firm Administration Roundtable held recently in Denver.

Representing the firm were partners Perry Barnett and Chris Hollifield in addition to the company's administrator, Anthony Shope. The annual conference brought together leaders from accounting firms from around the globe for networking, member sharing and continuing professional education.

CPAmerica is one the nation's largest associations of independent accounting firms. Members share industry-specific knowledge, training programs, practice management techniques and best practices. In addition, CPAmerica is part of Crowe Horwath International which has more than 650 offices worldwide.
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