Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman Selected by INSIDE Public Accounting as a 2012 Best of the Best Accounting Firm

Sep 19, 2012

2012 Best of the Best Accounting FirmsGelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs has been selected by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) as one of the Best of the Best Firms for 2012. IPA’s annual Best of the Best recognition honors 50 accounting firms for stellar performance in more than 50 criteria. This year, more than 430 firms participated in the 22nd Annual Survey and Analysis of Firms.

With this acknowledgement, Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman has now appeared for two consecutive years on the Best of the Best Firms list. Last year, the firm was an honorable mention candidate. Selectees demonstrate long-term consistency and exceptional performance, regardless of outside factors. The Best of the Best firms, according to IPA, “stand out as well-managed and well-executed examples of how to succeed.” Firms appearing on the list are geographically dispersed and earned revenue ranging between $5.3 million and $401.8 million, demonstrating that neither location nor size necessarily reflects upon the firms’ success.

“We are proud to be recognized alongside these other successful firms,” said David F. Graling, CPA, MBA, managing partner of Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman. “We have served the Washington, DC metropolitan region since 1981 and have become well-known in this community for the quality of our service. We believe the professionalism of our operations and business practices has served us well during that time.”

Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman also appeared in the 2012 IPA List of Top 200 Firms, a list of the top 200 firms in the United States with minimum revenue of $13.2 million. This year, Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman improved its ranking to 149 from last year’s ranking of 155.

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