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Accounting Firm Rankings: TaxOps Takes Top Small Firm Spot for the Second Consecutive Year
Date:11/12/2013

Lakewood, Colorado (PRWEB) November 12, 2013

While TaxOps and the Big Four accounting firms both employ tax accountants and lawyers, the similarities largely end there. TaxOps has no time sheets, no office hours and no dress code. Expectations are simple -- staff is accountable for results.

This refreshing professional services model has earned TaxOps recognition as a top workplace two years in a row. TaxOps debuted at #1 on Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work For in the small firm category in 2012, and continues to hold the top spot in 2013.

The award recognizes TaxOps for its commitment to creating a workplace environment that values and supports the professional and personal success of its exceptional staff. “The partners do whatever they can to get you the resources you need to do your job well, whether that is more staff, training, or technology,” Meredith Theiss, SALT manager, said. “They make sure that we are developing and providing the best service to our clients.” Firm emphasis is on real-time mentoring and coaching aimed at developing technical knowledge and soft-skill capabilities. Continuing education is strongly encouraged and 100 percent paid for by the firm; almost 70 percent of team members have obtained advanced degrees.

The award reflects staff satisfaction with their workplace. “I appreciate that each of the partners seems to want to see everyone succeed,” Alex Leugers, tax manager, said. “They are willing to share in the success of the company as well.”

The firm’s strategy has the best interest of clients and employees in mind. CEO and Founder Brian Amann said, “Our endgame is to provide an environment that enables our people to work less, make more and be more valuable.” An innovative workplace and business model have made TaxOps one of the top specialty accounting firms in the nation.

The Accounting Today award criteria is based on workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, demographics and a survey to measure employee experience. Only U.S. accounting firms with at least 15 employees in business for more than 1 year are considered for the award. The Best Accounting Firms to Work for list is made up of a total of 100 companies, split into three groups: 47 small-sized companies (15-49 employees), 45 medium-sized companies (50-249 employees) and 8 large-sized companies (more than 250 employees).

About TaxOps
TaxOps is a business tax specialty and advisory firm founded by former Big Four tax executives. The firm's innovative business model is based on fixed-fee pricing and year-round delivery, which offers the best results and the best working environment for our clients, employees and partners. TaxOps has experienced significant growth nationwide in recent years, and its client retention rate is among the highest in the industry.

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