The Power of McGill, Power, Bell & Associates Working for You!
McGill, Power Bell & Associates (MPB) is a regional certified public accounting firm with offices in Meadville, Franklin, Erie, Grove City, and Titusville, PA. With more than 100 CPAs, professionals and support staff, MPB is one of the larger firms in western Pennsylvania. MPB also practices in western New York, eastern Ohio, and North Carolina.
The firm was established in 1927 by our earliest predecessor firm, Bell & Company. The firm has grown to its current state through a carefully conceived strategy of growth through diversification of services and mergers with other firms.
With a focus on quality work product, investment in staff and client service, MPB strives to be the best.
Quality Work Product
At MPB, we do not like to rush through projects just to get the project completed. Our staff takes the time and energy to become thoroughly familiar with our clients’ business and financial needs. This is our investment in our clients’ success and our commitment to provide quality auditing, accounting, and tax services.
Investment in Staff
Our goal is to be the preferred employer of accounting and auditing professionals in northwestern Pennsylvania. To this end, we invest in continuing professional education (CPE) for all staff to ensure the highest level of service. Our goal is to not just exceed the general CPE requirements set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), but invest in the continuing education and growth of our staff.
Exceptional Client Service
At MPB, we realize we are in a service industry. To stand out in a service industry, we feel we must go above and beyond to provide exceptional client service. Our ultimate goal is our client’s satisfaction.
David Filson, CPA returns to MPBSep 02 2020
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