The accounting firm, Max Geary, CPA, PLLC, recently announced its relocation to the offices of Stone, Rudolph & Henry, CPAs, PLC, at 216 Centerview Drive, Suite 390, Brentwood, Tennessee. This relocation is in conjunction with the combination of the firms on Jan. 1, 2022.
“I have made arrangements to transition my practice to an outstanding, well-established, Brentwood firm with which I have been communicating and getting to know for several years,” Max Geary said. “This merger will enable our clients to continue to receive quality tax and accounting services while providing access to a wider range of professional services. We are honored to be associated with a firm that has been recognized as a top Tennessee accounting firm.”
“This merger will bring benefits to the clients and employees of both firms,” Thomas Henry, managing member of Stone, Rudolph & Henry said. “Clients will have access to a depth of experience in accounting and tax preparation while our combined firms will have additional opportunities for growth and expansion. By building on both firms’ strengths and reputations as Certified Public Accountants, we will be able to continue to attract the most talented professionals in the industry.”
A 1967 graduate of Tennessee Tech University, Max Geary began his career with a Nashville CPA firm. He was later part of a new practice established in 1971, which subsequently evolved into his current practice. It has been located in Brentwood for 38 years, and has been based largely on close client relationships while providing accounting and tax services to clients in a variety of fields such as real estate rental, construction, and medical practices. The firm also provides personal tax services.
Founded in 1954 by Mr. Hal Stone, Stone, Rudolph & Henry, CPAs, PLC, has been providing professional services to large and small businesses throughout the Middle Tennessee area for over 60 years. The firm is recognized as a top accounting firm in Middle Tennessee and is highly regarded for its business auditing, accounting, tax, and consulting services, as well as individual tax planning and preparation. “The combination of our two firms will add to our depth of knowledge and allow us to provide services that clients have been requesting,” Thomas Henry said.
This article originally appeared on Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle: Two Clarksville accounting firms are combining and relocating