ScrogginsGrear formed Jan. 1, 2014, when two of Greater Cincinnati's most reputable management consulting and CPA firms merged to expand and strengthen services. Together, these firms have harnessed a combined history of more than 100 years of experience to offer privately-held businesses, medical/dental practices, non-profit organizations and individuals the highest level of client service in our region.
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Jan 2, 2014
Cincinnati accounting firms merge to become one of area's largest Jan 2, 2014, 2:00pm EST //= $authorImg ?> Courtesy ScrogginsGrear From left, Robert Scroggins, Luke Trenz, Terry Grear, Paul Trenz and Mark Scroggins are… more Two longtime Cincinnati accounting firms have merged to create one of Greater Cincinnati’s largest CPA firms. Clayton L. Scroggins Associates merged Jan. 1 with Grear & Co. to form ScrogginsGrear, a firm that employs about 100. That makes it the seventh-largest Greater Cincinnati accounting firm, according to the Business Courier’s Book of Lists. Grear’s 20 or so employees will move to Scroggins’ headquarters on Northland Boulevard in Springdale sometime this spring, the companies said in a news release. Scroggins, founded in 1945, specializes in medical and dental consulting. “Doctors are busy and want to direct as much time and attention as possible to their patients,” ScrogginsGrear Principal Rob Scroggins said in the news release. Grear provided accounting, auditing and tax services, in addition to business consulting. It brings a nonprofit specialty and strong mergers and acquisitions advisory practice to the merged firm. Terry Grear is now president and managing partner of ScrogginsGrear. In addition to him and Rob Scroggins , the firm’s other partners are Paul Trenz , Mark Scroggins and Luke Trenz . ScrogginsGrear now has a diverse client base. “They’re the whole package,” said Dr. Raj Maturi of the Midwest Eye Institute in Indianapolis. “They provide honest, practical advice that keeps us heading in the right direction.” Want Cincinnati news in your inbox? Sign up for our free email newsletters. Topics