INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. - Local accounting firms, Casey, Neilon & Associates, LLC and Crandall & Company, LLP have announced the merger of the two firms.The combined firm will operate under the name Casey, Neilon & Associates, LLC. The partners of both firms, Darsi Casey and Nicola Neilon of Casey, Neilon & Associates and Bill Crandall and Terry Thomas of Crandall & Company, will remain the partners of the newly combined firm.The 24 team members of both firms will stay on and continue to provide client services for the firm."Combining our resources with Casey, Neilon & Associates allows us to provide more resources and services to our clients at the same level of excellence our clients have come to expect from Crandall & Company," said Bill Crandall, Partner at Casey, Neilon & Associates. "We are looking forward to expanding our reach and breadth of services with this combination."Casey, Neilon & Associates now has three fully operational and staffed offices in Reno, Carson City and Incline Village that are open five days per week.Casey, Neilon & Associates will continue to provide accounting and tax services to both business and individual clients, including financial consulting, business planning, bookkeeping, audit and review services, litigation support, family office services, and captive insurance accounting and tax services.The certified public accountants (CPAs) at Casey, Neilon & Associates have specialties in the insurance, real estate, fitness and recreation, retail, manufacturing, solar and information technology industries as well as international taxation."Both firms have similar cultures and client-focused philosophies; however have different mixes of services. The combination of our firms provides our clients with the resources needed to service their constantly changing and growing technical needs," said Darsi Casey, Managing Partner at Casey, Neilon & Associates. "We partnered with Crandall and Company due to their reputation for providing high quality service, while making a personal investment in their clients' lives."
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