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    Atlanta Journal Constitution Accounting firm known for expertise

    The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Up Close profile of Frazier & Deeter and the firm’s Managing Partner, Seth McDaniel, discusses the firm’s exceptional growth rate, with revenue increasing from $34.9 million in 2010 to a projected $53 million in 2013. With clients in 48 states and around the world, Frazier & Deeter has found that responsiveness is the key to competing with larger firms.

    Among the topics discussed in the article were Seth McDaniel’s professional background with Big 4 firms as well as the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, the firm’s Wealth Management sister company (SignatureFD) and the firm’s ability to attract top talent after being named the best mid-sized firm to work for by Accounting Today in 2008. The article also touches on Frazier & Deeter’s recent ranking as the 69th largest CPA and advisory firm in the United States.

    The full article can be found here.

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