Growth and Opportunity
Novogradac is consistently one of the fastest-growing accounting firms in the nation. Our annual revenue on average has increased more than 12% each year for the past decade. We know that our continued growth as a firm relies in part on your continued growth as an accounting or valuation professional. To support our momentum for the decade to come, we are committed to offering our employees a strong foundation of proven training and professional development, as well as continuing to develop new educational resources as the industry evolves and our firm expands.
Novogradac is a nationally recognized leader in professional development, by design. In addition to encouraging self-study and continuing education, we constantly monitor the courses we offer and respond to emerging needs with new training options.
Outside of tax season, we offer weekly training sessions for audit and tax professionals. We provide reimbursement for continuing education and financial assistance for graduate degrees. We encourage our accountants to pursue their CPA license and offer financial incentive to offset the cost of obtaining it.
We see challenges as opportunities. Together we’ll make the most of them.
We view our teams as families. They are small, client-focused, and designed to offer an environment where our accountants have the opportunity to learn and master new skills to advance their career. Our goal is to build our family by supporting you.
Novogradac is ranked by Accounting Today and Inside Public Accounting as one of the top 50 accounting firms in the nation.
Novogradac was the 34th-largest CPA firm in the U.S. in INSIDE Public Accounting’s 2021 rankings of the 400 largest firms. Novogradac broke into the top 50 for the first time in 2010.
Novogradac was also named by the Accounting MOVE Project as one of 23 firms recognized as the Best Public Accounting Firms for Women in 2021. It was the fifth-straight year Novogradac received that honor.
Hard Work Pays Off
I knew my internship at Novogradac & Company would be competitive. I didn’t know how much I’d like it.
During college, I had a couple of internships that I didn’t enjoy. I wasn’t sure where I wanted to work in accounting, but knew I wanted to like where I worked. Last summer, I graduated from BYU-Idaho and soon started searching for a firm.