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Miami, FL, United States, 2008/08/15 - As president, Silver will work to further develop the associations’ relationship with automotive dealers and enhance the range of consulting and financial services its members can provide - Papersave.com.
Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLP (MBAF), the 43rd largest accounting firm in the nation, announces that Ira Silver, partner-in-charge of its Orlando office, has been named president of the CPA Auto Dealer Consultants Association (CADCA).
CADCA is a network of CPA firms nationwide and is designed to provide the automotive industry with access to the most highly qualified financial experts in the country. CADCA currently represents more than 1200 auto dealers nationwide. As president, Silver will work to further develop the associations’ relationship with automotive dealers and enhance the range of consulting and financial services its members can provide.
“CADCA represents the best and the brightest CPAs and business advisors the industry has to offer,” said Silver. “I look forward to serving as president of this fine organization and continuing its tradition of excellence.”
Silver has over 25 years of public accounting experience, specializing in litigation support, auditing and business consultation services, tax compliance (particularly for high net worth individuals), as well as substantial expertise in the valuation of automobile industries. He also specializes in the acquisition and sale of automobile dealerships. Most recently, Silver served as vice president for the association.
MBAF is ranked in the top 50 accounting firms in the nation and is the largest Florida-based CPA firm in the State. The firm has been ranked as “Best of the Best”, the list of the top 25 performing firms in the country, for 12 years. MBAF provides tax and accounting, audit, technology consulting and litigation support and business valuation services to entrepreneurs, wealthy individuals, private and public corporations and legal practitioners across a broad range of industries.