Vitale & Miller, PA
Certified Public Accountants
Vitale & Miller, PA was formed in 1994 when Greg Vitale, CPA & Lenny Miller, CPA decided to open a local Hollywood CPA firm. Greg and Lenny believed that combining Greg’s tax experience with the Internal Revenue Service and “Big Four” firm Deloitte & Touche, and Lenny’s years of small business accounting experience, would create a CPA firm that would serve small business and individuals with tax planning, accounting, consulting and financial services.
The firm’s philosophy has been to provide “hands on” service to its clients. This individualized attention has allowed Vitale & Miller, PA to grow over the past twenty years. The firm consists of a staff of five professionals in addition to Greg and Lenny. The firm is large enough to handle most client needs, and still be able to offer personal service. The firm mission is to “provide accurate and timely advice” to all of our clients.
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