New Name, New Partner for KHA

by | Dec 18, 2012

We are pleased to announce, effective August 31, 2012, that our new firm name is KHA Accountants and Advisors, PC. The new name better represents our firm as the largest firm in Denton County, with the depth and knowledge of a national firm. As always, we will continue to provide the top quality service our clients expect.

We would also like to announce the merger of KHA Accountants and Advisors, PC with Peter McCleskey, CPA, PLLC effective November 1, 2012. Founded in 2005, Peter McCleskey, CPA, PLLC brings a strong background in engineering, real estate and small business entrepreneurship. This merger supports the growth strategy of KHA Accountants and Advisors, PC across North Texas.

Peter McCleskey joins the firm as a full partner and brings with him a staff of 5 talented individuals. Our new combined firm of KHA Accountants and Advisors, PC will serve clients from our Flower Mound and Denton locations.

Read Peter McCleskey’s bio

“We couldn’t be more excited about this merger. We share the same values and philosophies regarding excellent client service and quality work,” said Ken Hughes, President of KHA Accountants and Advisors, PC.

KHA Accountants was named the Best Certified Public Accountant in Allen Publishing’s Best of Denton County 2012 Awards, and Ken Hughes was selected as the Best Certified Public Accountant in Denton County for 2012. We are grateful to have so many reasons to celebrate!

If we can be of any service, please give us a call at (972) 221-2500.

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