Ron D’Arminio, CPA of Ronald D’Arminio CPA P.C. Honored With the 2015 Five Star Certified Public Accountant Award

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Ron D’Arminio, CPA named one of New Jersey’s outstanding accountants.

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Five Star Professional is pleased to announce Ron D’Arminio, CPA, Ronald D’Arminio CPA P.C., has been chosen as one of New Jersey’s Five Star Certified Public Accountants for 2015.

Five Star Professional partnered with New Jersey Monthly to recognize a select group of New Jersey area accountants who provide quality services to their clients. Ron D’Arminio, CPA is featured, along with other award winners, in a special section of the January issue.

“It’s a privilege to be recognized by Five Star Professional and NJ Monthly Magazine for a second year in 2015. I’ve been in practice for 30 years and take great pride in helping my clients achieve more through proactive business and tax planning. Their business and trust are sincerely appreciated,” says Ron D’Arminio, CPA of Ronald D’Arminio CPA P.C..

The Five Star Certified Public Accountant award program is conducted in more than 45 markets throughout North America. Accountants are measured using a rigorous, multifaceted research methodology which incorporates input from clients, peers and firm leaders.

“Based on our evaluation, the accountants we recognize are committed to pursuing professional excellence and have a deep knowledge of their industry. They strive to provide exemplary care to the people they serve,” Jim Olson, CEO, Five Star Professional.

Ron D’Arminio, CPA’s Five Star award profile can be viewed here.

About the research process:

Now entering its 12th year, Five Star Professional conducts in-depth, market-specific research in more than 45 markets across the United States and Canada to identify premium service professionals.

Accounting award candidates are identified through client, peer and firm nominations and industry qualifications, and then evaluated on 10 objective eligibility and evaluation criteria including; experience, client retention rates, billing realization rates and level of focus in taxation and other accounting services.

Accountants do not pay a fee to be considered or awarded. For more information, visit

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