PBMares, LLP has been named by Forbes as one of America’s Best Tax and Accounting Firms for 2022. The perennial ranking recognizes 233 of the approximate 4,400 recommended firms.  Of the 233 firms, PBMares is in an elite tier of 177 firms recognized for both tax and accounting.

“We are very proud to be recognized by Forbes for a second year,” said Harvey L. Johnson, Partner and CEO of PBMares. “Our hardworking team members are committed as ever to providing our clients a “best in class” experience coupled with proactive advisory services and insights,” he added.

The Forbes ranking completes PBMares’ trifecta of Top 100 rankings, having been recognized earlier this year by Accounting Today and INSIDE Public Accounting.

The complete ranking can be found here.

About PBMares LLP

PBMares is a Certified Public Accounting and consulting firm focused on serving the audit, tax, accounting and consulting needs of companies and individuals. Founded in 1963, the firm serves clients across the United States from 12 offices located in Virginia, Northern Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina.  PBMares represents companies ranging from closely-held private businesses to leading non-profits to Fortune 500 multinationals. PBMares has industry practices specializing in construction, financial institutions, government contracting, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, manufacturing, not-for-profit, real estate, restaurant, retail, state and local government and technology sectors. Its services include cybersecurity, cloud accounting, and wealth management services. PBMares is an independent member of the RSM US Alliance. 

About Forbes America’s Best Tax and Accounting Firms

This is the third year that Forbes has partnered with Statista, a market research company, to create a list of the most recommended firms for tax and accounting services in the U.S. based on surveys of tax and accounting professionals and their clients.  Firms were selected based on a nationwide survey of accounting and tax professionals and business clients.  Survey participants were asked to name firms to whom they would either refer business or with whom they would continue to do business.