Dixon Hughes Goodman
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|Limited Liability Partnership|
|Founded||1932; M. Lu Goodman|
Norfolk, Virginia, United States
|Matt Snow, CEO|
Michael Crawford, Chief Operating Officer
John Roberts, Managing Partner, Services
Tim York, Managing Partner, Industries
John Bowles, Chief Information Officer
Effin Logue, Chief People Officer
Frank Graham, Chief Financial Officer
Mary Frazier, Chief Performance Officer
|Revenue||$338 Million (2015)|
Number of employees
|More than 2,000|
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP is the largest certified public accounting firm headquartered in the Southern U.S. and the 17th largest in the United States. It provides accounting, advisory and tax services to public and private companies. Dixon Hughes Goodman employs more than 2,000 people in thirteen states: Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
Dixon Hughes Goodman is a member of Praxity, an international association of independent firms in the major markets of North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Other firms associated with Praxity include BKD, Moss Adams and Plante Moran.
- DHG firm name history
- 1932, M. Lu Goodman, Norfolk, VA
- 1945, Goodman, Norman & Company, Norfolk, VA
- 1959, Dixon and Hauser, High Point, NC
- 1961, Dixon Hauser and Odom, High Point, NC
- 1975, Dixon, Odom & Co., High Point, NC
- 1997, Dixon Odom PLLC, High Point, NC
- 2004, Dixon Hughes PLLC, High Point, NC
- 2011, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Charlotte, NC
- Dixon Hughes
In 2003, Dixon Odom PLLC and Crisp Hughes Evans LLP, two Southeast regional firms, announced their plans to merge and create a new firm, Dixon Hughes PLLC. The new merger was effective on January 1, 2004. This merger was regarded as one of 2003’s biggest mergers between regional firms.
- Dixon Hughes Goodman
As of April 1, 2011, Dixon Hughes merged with Goodman & Company to form Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP.
These mergers resulted in locations in twelve states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
Today, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP employs over 1,800 people.
- 2015 name change and rebrand
As of January 5, 2015, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP shortened the firm's operating name to DHG. It still legally retains the name Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP and remains a limited liability partnership, but launched a new brand, logo and website using the shortened name "DHG".
Stegman and Company merger
- Parke, Guptill & Company merger
On November 1st, 2016 the California-based Parke, Guptill & Company merged with DHG, expanding the firm's presence to the west coast. 
Affiliated industries and services
Agribusiness, Banking, Construction, Dealerships, Education, Energy, Financial Services, Government Contracting, Healthcare, Hospitality & Restaurants, Insurance, Manufacturing & Distribution, Not-for-Profit, Private Client Services, Private Equity, Professional Services, Public Sector & Government, Real Estate, Retail, Technology & Life Sciences, Transportation & Logistics.
- Attest Services, Audit, Reviews & Compilations, Employee Benefit Plan Audits, Internal Audit Services, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), IT Audit Services, SEC Services, SOC 1 And 2 Services, Statutory Financial Audits.
- Accounting Methods, Cost Segregation, Federal Corporate Tax, Generational Wealth Planning, International Tax, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate, Research & Development Tax Credits, Sales And Use Tax, State & Local Tax, Tax Accounting, Transfer Pricing.
- Forensics, Healthcare Consulting, International Services, IT Advisory, Retirement Plan Administration, Risk Advisory, Transaction Advisory, Valuation Services, Investment Management, Executive Search, Business Support.
Dixon Hughes Goodman supports organizations such as Junior Achievement, The American Red Cross, United Way and the Boys and Girls Club. DHG offices in Charlotte, NC and Asheville, NC were awarded the Spirit of NC Award by United Way in February 2016.
In fiscal year 2014, the firm donated more than $800,000 via DHG's philanthropic effort DHG Foundation.
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