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Rockville’s SKMB partners with Marcum, a top accounting firm.

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– Rockville-based SKMB has joined the national accounting firm Marcum LLP.

– The merger brings two senior advisers and their team with extensive experience in accounting, assurance, tax services, and business valuations to Marcum.

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Rockville-based Simon, Krowitz, Meadows & Bortnick, P.A. (SKMB) has joined Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory firm. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed. SKMB brings a team of two senior advisers and their associates with expertise in accounting, assurance, tax services, and business valuations to Marcum. This addition enhances Marcum’s service offerings and deepens its financial reporting, audits, tax consulting, preparation, bookkeeping, and business valuation and litigation services.

Edward Bortnick, SKMB’s co-managing partner, expressed his excitement for the merger, highlighting the enhanced capabilities it offers to clients and the opportunities for the company’s employees. Henry Meadows, co-managing partner with SKMB, also emphasized the benefits of joining a firm like Marcum, known for its professional growth and development opportunities through extensive training programs, career advancement paths, and a culture that fosters innovation and leadership.

SKMB, established in 1959, has joined Marcum, a top-ranked national accounting and advisory firm focused on entrepreneurial, middle-market companies, and high net worth individuals. Marcum provides technology, wealth management, and executive search and staffing services from its base in New York City and offices nationwide.

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