Dixon Hughes Goodman is the largest accounting firm
headquartered in the South and one of the 20 largest in the nation
by revenues. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., the firm has 32
offices, primarily located in the South and Mid-Atlantic and
employs a staff of over 2,000, including more than 250 partners and
principals. Matt Snow is the CEO and Ken Hughes is the chairman of
Dixon Hughes Goodman.
The current incarnation of the firm began in 2004 when Dixon
Odom PLLC merged with Crisp Hughes Evans LLP. Seven years later, in
early 2011, the firm, then known as Dixon Hughes PLLC, merged with
fellow southern accountant Goodman & Company. Goodman was a
firm with roots dating to 1932; it had approximately 500 employees
and was one of the top 35 accounting firms, by revenue, in the U.S.
at the time of the merger. Today, the firm provides its clients
with a full range of audit, tax, assurance, consulting, and
advisory services. It is a member of the international professional
services alliance Praxity, which includes member firms with more
than $4 billion in annual revenues.