Anderson & Company, PC Merges with Nisivoccia LLP

Nisivoccia LLP, with offices in Mt. Arlington and Newton, has merged with Bridgewater-based Anderson & Company, PC, a full-service certified public accounting, effective Jan, 1.

“Our shared philosophies and commitment to client service create a seamless environment for the transition of our teams and clients. I look forward to welcoming the Anderson team to The Nisivoccia Family”, commented Bud Jones, CPA, managing partner of Nisivoccia.

“We are very proud of our history and the success of Anderson & Company, PC. We realized that the next step for our team and our clients was to merge with a firm of similar quality and shared values. Teaming with Nisivoccia enables us to expand services and better serve our clients,” said James F. Anderson, CPA, partner. “We have had a strong working relationship with Nisivoccia for many years. We’re excited to begin our next phase with such a quality firm.”

“Merging with Anderson & Company, PC, will enable us to strengthen our position within the nonprofit industry, and specifically our focus on the New Jersey Approved Private Schools for Students with Disabilities. The merger will also allow us to better service our clients in central and southern New Jersey and will facilitate our continued growth throughout New Jersey”, Chris Perrotta, CPA, partner.

Nisivoccia has built a strong reputation serving municipalities, school boards, not-for-profits, and a wide range of corporate clients in Somerset County. Among the many organizations the firm is active in are the Somerset County Business Partnership (SCBP) and the Employer Legislative Committee (ELC).

James Anderson, CPA, will continue as a partner in the Bridgewater office. Kristin Anderson, CPA, will become a principal and operate out of the Bridgewater and Mt. Arlington offices. The remainder of the team will remain at Nisivoccia’s new Bridgewater office.

Nisivoccia was founded in 1970. Anderson & Company, PC was founded in 1985.

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