Tucson, Ariz.-based BeachFleischman (FY20 net revenue of $31.3 million) has announced five admissions to the partnership group: Daliah D. Bui, Eric Freeman, Jennifer Elizabeth Randle, Sumi M. Rowe and CariAnn J. Todd.
The moves support strategic growth by deepening the firm’s specialized tax, audit, hospitality/restaurant, real estate, science/manufacturing and employee benefit plan practices. The firm now has 21 principals and over 180 client service and administrative professionals.
“Each of these individuals has consistently demonstrated leadership while making significant contributions toward the firm’s growth, client service, practice management and staff training,” says CEO Eric Majchrzak.
Bui is the firm’s hospitality/restaurant practice leader who provides accounting, consulting, tax planning and compliance services for multi-unit and multi-state operators, developers, management companies, corporations, franchisees, franchisors, entrepreneurs and high-net-worth business owners. Additionally, she consults with owners of small restaurants and multi-unit restaurant groups on merger and acquisition transactions.
Freeman leads the firm’s real estate practice, focusing on partnership taxation and complex real estate transactions, including multi-asset exchanges, mergers, consolidations, buy-outs, cost segregation studies, transaction formation and qualified opportunity zone funds. He is a prolific writer and speaker.
Randle leads the firm’s technical accounting and assurance group and serves as director of quality control. She provides accounting, assurance and consulting services to various privately held companies and nonprofits.
Rowe leads the service and manufacturing practice. She has extensive experience providing tax consulting, planning and compliance services to large, privately held and publicly traded companies. Her areas of specialization include ASC 740 income tax provisions, multi-state taxation and corporation taxation.
Todd leads the employee benefit plan practice. She provides accounting, assurance and consulting services for various privately held companies. She also leads the firm’s efforts in helping clients navigate COVID Relief Programs and is a regular contributor for the Arizona Commerce Authority’s Small Business Bootcamp.