- With more than 20 years of experience working in state and local tax (SALT), Gary Peric will be responsible for expanding and overseeing the SALT practice in Baker Tilly’s national tax services group.
- Baker Tilly has announced the relocation of its current Southfield, Mich., office to a new and modern space in the 2000 Town Center Building, also in Southfield.
- Baker Tilly was recently recognized for its ongoing commitment to Hofstra University. Since 1999, Baker Tilly has awarded Baker Tilly/William J. Holtz and Paul Rubenstein Memorial Endowed Scholarships to two Hofstra accounting students every academic year.
- Baker Tilly Partner and current PICPA President Julius Green recently received an award for distinguished performance in management from Widener University’s School of Business Administration.
- Baker Tilly is honored to be recognized as a 2016 LearningElite organization by the publisher of Chief Learning Officer magazine. In its recognition, the 2016 LearningElite judges cited Baker Tilly’s “…innovative approach to developing the individual as a whole – technical as well as non-technical.” “At Baker Tilly we are committed to providing a learning and development program that suits each individual—based on career stage, professional goals and what each team member needs to achieve his or her objectives,” Executive Director of Learning and Development Diane Kelly said. Baker Tilly Chief Human Resources Officer Karleen Mussman added, “We are proud of our leadership, team member engagement and commitment to development that helped make this award possible.”
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