Matthews, Carter & Boyce Named Top 50 Accounting Firm on WBJ’s 2011 Book of Lists
The firm has been named in the Book of Lists numerous times since its founding in 1947. 

FAIRFAX, VA 26 JAN 2011  Matthews, Carter & Boyce (“MCB”), a boutique full-service accounting firm serving the Washington D.C. area since 1947, has been named #33 on Washington Business Journal’s 2011 Top 50 Accounting Firms List. 

“MCB’s acknowledgement by the Washington Business Journal as a Top Accounting Firm provides our 10 Principals and 40 Staff Members with great pride.  We have remained a strong regional firm leader over the past six decades due to careful stewardship by our Principal Group and our firm culture of honesty, integrity, and going the extra mile for our clients.  We, as well as our clients, have been affected by the economic downturn over the past few years.  We have seen client mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and increasing competition from national firms for our middle market client base.  What has not changed is our long-term commitment to our clients to provide personalized financial and accounting services at reasonable costs,” says Jude J. Covas, Managing Principal.

The firm anticipates growth for 2011 and expects to add 3 to 5 professionals to their team. 

The MCB Difference is our long-term relationships with clients.  Our priority is to enhance the growth and success of each of our clients in every industry we serve.  We respect our clients and work hard to earn your confidence as a trusted business advisor.

Source:  Matthews, Carter & Boyce

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