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- Abalos & Associates, PLLC, REDW, and Miller, Allen & Co., P.C, have announced that the three firms are merging to create one of the largest financial services firms in the Southwest.
Established in 1953, REDW is one of the top ten largest and most respected certified public accounting and business consulting firms in the Southwest.
Set to be named a principal at REDW once the merger is finalized in November, Abalos is the vice chair of the advisory committee of CPAConnect, the leading association for small CPA firms and a companion association to CPAmerica International.
Mike Allen, principal-in-charge of the current REDW Phoenix office, expects the combination of the three firms in Phoenix to open up a host of growth opportunities.
stressed the significant importance that REDW's cultural values played in the decision to combine resources.
"We are excited to join forces with REDW and Miller, Allen, two firms just as committed as we are to strong values, including family, community and integrity.
Carol Mayo Cochran, CPA, PFS, CEBS, CMA, is a principal of REDW Business and Financial Resources, LLC, an Albuquerque, New Mexico, CPA firm in existence since 1953.
REDW's IT clients include banks and financial institutions, law firms, medical practices, Indian tribes, not-for-profits, casinos, health-care-service providers and closely held businesses.
Last year, when Erickson was 52 and the CEO of Phoenix CPA firm REDW Business & Financial (with a specialty in professional practice management), he decided to retire and continue on as an independent business coach.
Tax and audit each currently account for roughly 40% of REDW's business, but consulting services are growing.
REDW contributes $10,000 in annual scholarships, sponsoring up to six accounting and four math majors.
At the high school level, REDW is a partner in Albuquerque's Join-a-School program, sponsoring awards for accounting student of the year and sending firm members to the schools to discuss CPA careers and encourage students to elect an accounting major in college.