HintonBurdick acquires Lang & Associates accounting firm

ST. GEORGE — Morris Peacock, managing partner of HintonBurdick CPAs & Advisors announced today the acquisition of St. George-based accounting firm Nick Lang & Associates.

Established in 1982, Nick Lang & Associates served an expansive client base of individuals and small businesses in the St. George area.  Lang said the decision to join HintonBurdick was motivated by a desire to provide clients with a broader range of services and the opportunity to tap into the specialized expertise of a larger staff.  “HintonBurdick is one of the top accounting firms in the state” he said. “Merging our two firms will give my clients access to expertise across the entire spectrum of accounting practices and tax law.”

Peacock added: “Nick Lang’s dedication to his clients mirrors our own.  He believes, as we do, that every client is unique and deserves to be treated as a valued neighbor and friend. Our shared values, as well as our shared experience serving the St. George business community, make this merger a win-win situation for our clients, as well as for our firms.”

Lang received an MBA from Utah State University and has practiced as a CPA in public accounting for over 30 years. Lang has been teaching accounting courses as an adjunct professor at Dixie State College for the past 17 years, teaching business, marketing, personal finance, and entrepreneurship classes. His leadership and community service includes serving on the Governing Board of Directors for Dixie Regional Medical Center and Ensign Credit Union. Lang has served as the Rotary Club President and is the incorporating member and president for the Heritage Choir.

HintonBurdick currently serves clients in 47 states and some foreign countries with accounting and audit services, litigation support, computer training and systems management, payroll services, tax planning and consulting services.  Offices are located in St. George, Cedar City, Hurricane, and Richfield, and in Mesquite, Nev., and Flagstaff, Ariz.


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