Gainesville, Florida (February 21, 2023) – Haefele Flanagan, headquartered in Maple Shade, N.J., 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.
Founded in 1967, Haefele Flanagan is a full-service advisory, accounting, auditing and tax service firm. With two locations in Maple Shade, N.J. and Philadelphia, Pa., the Haefele Flanagan team offers financial planning tailored to their client’s industry and business needs. They pride themselves on their responsiveness and hands-on approach when serving clients in industries such as construction, healthcare, nonprofit, technology and more.
“With ambitions to grow and continually improve, joining CPAmerica provides access to a wider range of expertise, resources, and best practices, as well as the opportunity to collaborate and network with other professionals,” said Haefele Flanagan partner, Jim Haefele. “Working together, we can leverage the strengths of the member firms and build a stronger, more competitive organization that is better equipped to serve our clients, develop and our staff, and succeed in a rapidly changing business environment.”
As an exclusive association of independent CPA firms, CPAmerica provides opportunities for its members to continuously improve. CPAmerica is a member of Crowe Global, providing its members and their clients’ access to high quality support around the world from other network member firms.
“We’re excited to kick off 2023 by welcoming the independent firm, Haefele Flanagan into our membership,” said Grace Horvath, CPAmerica president and CEO. “2023 marks our 45th year as an association, and we are proud to continue accepting quality firms like Haefele Flanagan who share a mindset with their peers for growth and improvement through sharing.”
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.