Brady Ware combining with Atlanta accounting firm


Brady Ware & Company, a local accounting firm specializing in tax, audit and business advisory services, announced today it has acquired Atlanta-area GrossDukeNelson & Co.

The acquisition is effective Jan. 1, according to Dayton-based Brady Ware.

“Combining our practices allows us to significantly increase the capabilities and resources we offer our clients, especially in the areas of audit and international tax consulting,” said Brian Carr, co-CEO of Brady Ware & Company. “We’re excited to welcome our new team members and look forward to growing together as we further expand our presence in Atlanta.”

GrossDukeNelson & Co. provides tax, audit and business advisory services to a variety of industries, including professional services firms, manufacturing, real estate, technology and non-profits. Its significant international tax consulting practice will enhance Brady Ware’s existing services, particularly in expatriate tax consulting, according to the company.

Teresa Snyder, a partner at GrossDukeNelson & Co., will assume leadership of the expanded Atlanta-area audit practice.

“We’re confident that joining forces with Brady Ware will provide our current clients with a broader range of services,” says David Duke, partner at GrossDukeNelson & Co. “We’re also excited to offer our expertise to new clients throughout Brady Ware’s markets.”

Brady Ware has more than 145 employees operating from offices in Atlanta, Dayton, Columbus, and Richmond, Ind.



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