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[December 04, 2012]

Los Angeles Office of PKF California Has Joined the Glendale Office of Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) GLENDALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- The Los Angeles office of PKF California and Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP, certified public accounting firms, are joining together as of December 1, 2012. The combination will enable the firms to provide better service to their clients in a wider array of disciplines. The combined firm will operate under the name Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP.

Hutchinson and Bloodgood and PKF are both members of the PKF North American network and the PKF International network and the combined firm will continue their membership in the PKF networks. PKF International is a worldwide network of legally independent accounting firms with 300 member firms and correspondents in 440 locations in 125 countries.

"This blend of talent and expertise will present our clients with more of what they've always looked to us for -- trusted advice and timely, quality service," said Peter Weir, Partner in Charge of Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP. "We also share a client-centered approach where the clients' goals and expectations drive the delivery of our services," Weir noted.

PKF Los Angeles Directors Mark Hennelly and Rex Poulsen noted that their clients will now be able to access an expanded menu of services and resources to assist them in solving their most complex business problems while continuing to receive the exceptional service they are accustomed to. PKF, a leader in the Hospitality and Leisure services industry, will add a valuable industry resource to the firm.

Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP, founded in 1922, is a full service accounting firm that provides traditional audit, accounting, and tax services along with a range of advisory services including strategic planning, succession planning, estate planning, tax credits and incentives, cost segregation, information technology planning, litigation support, and business valuations.

About Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP has built its reputation based on the trusted advice and quality service they have given their clients for ninety years. Committed to providing their clients with informed choices, they offer continuous personal service in the areas of tax planning, auditing, information technology consulting, business valuations, and business advisory services. Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP is a regional firm with offices throughout California. They have assembled an impressive team of accountants and consultants and are proud of the diverse backgrounds and experience their team members provide. Building lasting relationships has become the hallmark of their reputation. For more information about Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP visit their website at or call (818) 637-5000.

Contact: Karen Nessen Marketing Department (818) 637-5000 Source: Hutchinson and Bloodgood LLP

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