Smart Devine and Nihill & Riedley Rebranding and Relocating

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Smart Devine & Company, LLC announces today that Nihill & Riedley, P.C. will operate under a new name, Smart Devine, the full-service accounting, tax, business advisory, forensic and litigation services firm. Smart Devine is also re-branding the firm including a new visual identity and website at http://www.smartdevine.com.

Provides a wide range of accounting, tax, business advisory, forensic accounting and litigation support services.

By introducing a familiar name and refreshing our brand identity we want to send a clear message to businesses that Smart is back, said Jim Smart, CEO.

Along with the name change and new brand identity, on Friday, October 7th, Smart Devine will be relocating to a new office at the PNC Bank building on 1600 Market Street, 32nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

Smart Again. With this move, Jim Smart and longtime partner Rich Devine decided it was the perfect time to rebrand Nihill & Riedley under the name Smart Devine and offer expanded services in accounting, tax and business advisory. Same exceptional Nihill & Riedley people and stellar service just under the name Smart Devine.

“By introducing a familiar name and refreshing our brand identity we want to send a clear message to businesses that Smart is back offering a full suite of accounting, tax, advisory, forensic and litigation support services. The move to our new location at 1600 Market Street will place us in the heart of the Philadelphia business community. What better place to serve our clients”, said Jim Smart, CEO.

Smart Devine, is headquartered in Philadelphia and provides a full range of accounting, advisory, tax and investigative forensic accounting services to companies across a variety of industries.

Nihill & Riedley is now Smart Devine.

1600 Market Street, 32nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone (267) 670-7300, Fax (215) 238-8469
http://www.smartdevine.com

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