Since its inception in 1971, Verdeja & De Armas, LLP has grown significantly and today is one of the largest local accounting firms in South Florida. The firm was recently recognized by South Florida Business Journal as one of the Top 25 firms in South Florida and by Hispanic Magazine as one of the top 500 Hispanic companies in the United States and the only CPA firm on the list. The firm provides professional service to more than 1,500 national and international organizations.
Verdeja & De Armas, LLP is composed of 5 partners and over 25 employees. The firm’s audit department has specialized in the not-for-profit, education, places of worship, healthcare, and real estate businesses among others. Today the firm offers accounting, audit and tax services to over 150 not-for-profit organizations and over 80 schools in Miami-Dade, Broward, Hillsborough and Monroe Counties, as well as providing accounting, audit and tax services to charter schools and private schools. The firm has served on many joint ventures with all Big Four accounting firms including the audits of Jackson Memorial Hospital, The City of Miami Beach and the Miami-Dade County Aviation and Transportation Departments.
The tax department provides compliance and consulting services and has had many years of experience in areas such as S corporations, LLC’s, LLP’s as well as 990′s.The technology and consulting department offers services such as network installations, software development and training, EDP review and accounting software implementation and support and departmental outsourcing.
The investment advisory department offers advice related to financial and estate planning and retirement needs. In addition, the firm offers services in the areas of litigation support, due diligence, business plans and business valuations.
Verdeja & De Armas, LLP has been subjected to the AICPA’s mandatory Peer Review every 3 years. The firm has received unqualified (clean) opinions on all occasions. Verdeja & De Armas, LLP is very well known for its participation in the community. Its partners have served on the boards of the University of Miami, The Children’s Trust, The Early Learning Coalition, The United Way of Miami-Dade County, not-for-profit organizations and schools.