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Merger set for accounting firms Marcum, DGLF

Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm, announced that it will merge with DGLF CPAs & Business Advisors, a full-service accounting firm specializing in construction and real estate, with offices in Nashville, Tennessee, and Orlando, Florida.

Photo by 401(k) 2012/ Flickr
Photo by 401(k) 2012/ Flickr

The merger became effective December 1, 2015.

DGLF offers audit, tax, information technology and consulting services to a full range of construction and real estate companies.

Founded in 1987, the firm’s expertise in the construction industry has established it as a national authority in tax, audit and business planning services for developers and contractors.

All eight DGLF partners have joined Marcum as members of the Firm’s national Construction Industry Practice group.

DGLF represents the third merger announced by Marcum in the past month.

On November 1, the firm merged with Frost, Ruttenberg & Rothblatt, P.C. of Chicago, giving Marcum its first entry into the Midwest market.

On November 20, Marcum announced that it will merge with Smart, Devine & Company, LLC, a full-service accounting and consulting firm headquartered in Philadelphia, also on December 1. O

nce the two pending mergers become effective, Marcum will have nearly 1,500 professionals and more than 200 partners in 29 offices.

“DGLF will be an outstanding addition to Marcum’s continuing growth trend. The firm is nationally recognized as one of the most accomplished construction accounting practices in the country, which makes this particular group of professionals a perfect strategic fit for Marcum’s national Construction Industry group,” said Jeffrey M. Weiner, Marcum’s managing partner.

“The DGLF partners all bring outstanding experience and impeccable credentials to Marcum, and we are looking forward to welcoming them to the Firm.”

“We are extremely proud of the track record and reputation we have developed over the course of 28 years as a construction and real estate accounting specialist,” said Robert Davidson, DGLF’s managing partner. “Combining with Marcum will create significant new opportunities to service our clients.”

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