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New Orleans CityBusiness Names Ericksen Krentel a Best Place to Work

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Ericksen Krentel has been named a 2017 New Orleans CityBusiness Best Place to Work, the sixth time the firm has received the recognition.

“We believe in recruiting the best and brightest and then providing lifelong training and education programs,” said Kevin Neyrey, managing partner of Ericksen Krentel. “We empower our people and provide work assignments that challenge them. This approach allows us to provide the highest level of client service.”

Ericksen Krentel previously placed first in the small company category in 2012, second in 2011 and third in 2010.

Click here for the complete list of 2017 Best Places to Work honorees.

About Ericksen Krentel

Ericksen Krentel CPAs and Consultants, founded in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1960 with offices in New Orleans and Mandeville, believes that serving as the clients’ most trusted adviser is grounded in going beyond the numbers.

That includes helping clients achieve their business and personal financial goals by providing innovative and exceptional services in the following areas: audit and assurance services, tax compliance and planning, outsourced CFO services and business valuations for a variety of industries; employee benefit plan audits; fraud and forensic accounting; business planning; IT consulting; loss calculations; and estate planning.

Learn more at www.ericksenkrentel.com.

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