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Houston, TX (December 13, 2019) – Calvetti Ferguson, one of the fastest-growing U.S. CPA firms, announced today that it made the Forbes list of America’s Top Recommended Tax and Accounting Firms by being awarded both the Best Accounting Firm award and the Best Tax Firm award. Of the more than 100,000 CPA firms, only 227 firms made the list.

“We are honored that our clients, referral sources, and friends recommended us for this prestigious award. It’s a testament to our firm’s client service culture and strong values. Advising beyond accounting isn’t just our tagline, it’s what we do every day for our clients,” said Jason Ferguson, Managing Partner of Calvetti Ferguson.

To create the list, Forbes partnered with Statista, a global market research firm, to survey CPAs, tax attorneys, accountants, and CFOs. Respondents named up to 10 firms each for tax and accounting services that they would recommend to others. CPA firm employees could not self-nominate.

This year, Calvetti Ferguson increased headcount to 120 full-time employees and expanded service offerings in Accounting Services and Advisory. Our other 2019 highlights were:


View Forbes‘ America’s Top Recommended Tax and Accounting Firms list here.

About Calvetti Ferguson
Calvetti Ferguson is a CPA and advisory firm based in Texas and provides accounting, advisory, assurance, and tax services to private and public companies, private equity funds, family offices, and high-net-worth individuals. We advise beyond accounting to eliminate hurdles, identify opportunities, and ensure the best for our clients and their businesses.

Recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Top Recommended Tax and Accounting Firms, Calvetti Ferguson is also an INSIDE Public Accounting Top 300 and Fastest Growing Firm. Calvetti Ferguson is an independent member firm of PrimeGlobal, the fourth largest association of independent accounting firms with over 280 member firms in more than 80 countries.

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