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Numbers game

Numbers game

by Rick Turoczy on February 13, 2005

As an accountant, Matthew Bradvica has rarely tabulated numbers so easily.

“It seems like every day we get another call from a company that needs our services,” said Bradvica, managing director of RSM McGladrey’s San Diego office. “But we have a rule around here: You bring in a new client, you’ve got to get rid of an existing one.”

Like others who do corporate accounting, RSM McGladrey is overflowing with work. The Bloomington, Minn.-based firm has ramped up to meet the demand, but still has 50 job openings in Southern California, including 10 in its San Diego office.

“We’ve turned away more than a dozen new accounts in San Diego simply because we don’t have the staff to handle them,” Bradvica said.

These are salad days for accounting and auditing firms. New federal regulations for public companies designed to protect investors are propelling demand for the services the firms provide.

Numbers game

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