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At RBT CPAs, it is our responsibility to understand your business from the ground up, and to gain insight into your changing needs. At our accounting firm we forge long-term relationships built on integrity, quality, teamwork, harmony, commitment and innovation. Our goal is to deliver solutions that fully prepare you to meet the challenges unique to your business.

We recently expanded our capabilities with our merger with Vanacore, DeBenedictus, DiGovanni & Weddell, LLP; Sedore & Company; and Rouis & Company to form RBT CPAs, LLP. This merger is a true combination of talents and enables us to provide you with a broader set of services.

The combined accounting firms comprise approximately 113 employees with locations throughout Dutchess, Orange and Sullivan counties.

What We Do As An Accounting Firm

In order to provide clients with the highest-quality professional services, the firm is organized into six principal divisions:

What Our Clients Are Saying

“Mike Turturro and the RBT team are very professional, thorough, proficient, and knowledgeable. They have helped me navigate the accounting complexities of growing my marketing and production company. We have experienced significant growth in the past few years and in part was due to having a great accounting firm behind us.”

FRANK CAMPAGNA

“Simultaneously running and growing a start-up business occupies 120% of your time.  But having an accounting firm on our side with the unparalleled expertise, reliability, and efficiency of RBT allows us to focus on what we do best: brewing beer.  Their enormous wealth of knowledge continuously helps us to navigate the many tax-related complexities of the alcohol industry.  RBT is one of our absolute favorite partners, and working with Mike Turturro, Mike Weddell, and everyone at RBT is an absolute pleasure.”

PAUL HALAYKO

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