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Thursday December 8th, 2022 4:06AM

Rushton named one of the ‘Best Accounting Firms to Work For' for fifth time

By Lawson Smith Reporter

For the fifth time, Rushton has been selected by Accounting Today magazine as one of America’s “Best Accounting Firms to Work For.” The Gainesville-based accounting firm was previously chosen in 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2020.  

Rushton was ranked number 11 in the top 100 midsize and large firms in the country. 

“We are honored to be included once again among the best accounting firms to work for,” Chris Hollifield, Rushton Managing Partner said. “We strive to create a workplace environment that gives our employees opportunities to grow and advance within our firm.”

The Rushton firm provides businesses throughout North Georgia with a wide variety of services including accounting, auditing, tax planning and return preparation (federal, state, multi-state, and international), business consulting, payroll services, business valuation, and wealth management.

In addition to general business operations, Rushton offers financial expertise in a number of specific industry fields such as construction, agribusiness, government, healthcare, nonprofit organizations, professional services, manufacturing and distribution. For more information, call 770-287-7800 or visit www.rushton.cpa.

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Rushton named one of the ‘Best Accounting Firms to Work For' for fifth time
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