Accountant needed in America

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Know a good accountant in the US? As the head of design for Xero you might say I’m doing some hands-on research in the US market. Like most of team Xero, I’m based in New Zealand, but I happen to be in the States for the next few weeks.

I need to file US taxes and I’m looking for a US accountant who is already using Xero or ready to start.

We have lots of people asking about US based accountants using Xero, so please take this opportunity to recommend some in the comments below, with contact details and links. Thanks!

4 Comments

Mat Ellis
November 18, 2009 at 4:24 am

Brian Mah at Mah & Associates, LLP in San Francisco is very good. You can reach him at brian at mahllp dot com or 415-981-1111

Jason Blumer, CPA
November 27, 2009 at 3:05 pm

I’m already working with Rod, and he is selling his first born child to allow our firm to begin supporting Xero to a group of our firm’s creative clients.

Come through for us, Rod! We’re ready to take Xero to America, dang it!

Jason

joel
December 5, 2009 at 5:41 pm

are there any in NYC that are using Xero?

Mike Block CPA
May 16, 2012 at 2:58 am

I am in the U.S. (#2 in Xero clients there) and have an international team that can support Xero in seven languages.

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