Albin, Randall & Bennett Joins CPAmerica
Gainesville, Fla. (August 16, 2019) – Albin, Randall & Bennet
, headquartered in Portland, Maine, has joined CPAmerica, Inc., an accounting association of independent, certified public accounting firms that provides shared best practices, networking opportunities and access to expert resources for member firms. Albin, Randall & Bennett is the sixth firm to join the accounting association since early 2019.
Albin, Randall & Bennett is a full-service, certified public accounting and business advisory firm located in Portland, Maine. The firm works with organizations throughout New England in the automotive, construction, manufacturing, credit union, and nonprofit sectors, closely-held businesses, and family groups. ARB team members are accessible to clients’ needs and offer savvy, sensible and warm-hearted financial advice.
“Our memberships in national associations, including CPAmerica, provide us with additional resources to serve clients of all sizes with a broad range of needs. This is why our new tagline ‘National Savvy. Local Sensibility.’ feels genuine to us. It’s sending the right message to the marketplace in a time when national firms are acquiring local firms, shifting the landscape of professional services in Portland, and New England as a whole,” said Cheri Walker, managing principal at Albin, Randall & Bennett. “ARB is committed to the New England economy and the businesses and families within it, so it’s important that we have access to national industry leaders through our association memberships. We always want to be able provide the resources of a national firm with the accessibility of a local firm.”
As an exclusive association of independent CPA firms, CPAmerica provides opportunities for its members to continuously improve. CPAmerica is a member of Crowe Global, which has members in more than 750 offices in more than 130 countries and ranks among the top-10 global accounting networks.
“We are excited to bring Albin, Randall & Bennett into the CPAmerica community,” said Alan Deichler, president of CPAmerica. “They now belong to a group that is determined to improve through sharing and where members support each other’s success through discussing best practices, sharing experiences and building professional relationships.”
Each firm undergoes a rigorous quality review prior to obtaining membership in CPAmerica. Only those firms with the highest standards in all practice areas are approved by the council of members.