CPA firms Phillips Anker and The Mangold Group announce merger

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Phillips Anker, PC and The Mangold Group merged Jan. 1, establishing Mangold Anker Phillips. (Courtesy Mangold Anker Philips)

Phillips Anker, PC and The Mangold Group merged Jan. 1, establishing Mangold Anker Phillips. (Courtesy Mangold Anker Philips)

CPA firms Phillips Anker, PC and The Mangold Group merged Jan. 1, establishing Mangold Anker Phillips, PLLC. The Mangold Group operates at 4201 Bee Cave Road, Ste. A200, Westlake, as well as at a Northwest Austin location. The firm’s partners have known and worked with each over for over a decade and are excited to combine their resources and skill sets, according to a press release from the company. The company offers a variety of services, including business valuation, litigation consulting, payroll services and more.


“Becoming Mangold Anker Phillips, PLLC will make the company stronger and more competitive in the Austin market, and the increased resources will ensure that we are more capable of providing quality customer service in all aspects,” the release states. 512-327-0909. www.mangoldcpa.com
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