RGL Named Among 2015 Best Accounting Firms to Work For

Press ReleaseOctober 2015

Insurance / Legal / Corporate

RGL Forensics was recently named as one of the 2015 Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work For in the US.

Denver, CO – October 14, 2015 – RGL Forensics was recently named as one of the 2015 Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work For in the US. This is the fifth consecutive year RGL has been included on the list. Accounting Today has partnered with Best Companies Group to identify, recognize and honor the best employers in the accounting profession.

“We strive to provide a great place to do great work for our employees and are pleased be named to this list for the fifth consecutive year,” said Angela MacPhee, CEO at RGL Forensics.

The list is made up of 100 companies. Official rankings for the list will be released later this year. For more information on Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work For program, visit their website.

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