Nigro, Nigro and White – An Actual CPA Firm

nnwThis CPA firm is really named Nigro, Nigro & White.

6 Responses to “Nigro, Nigro and White – An Actual CPA Firm”

  1. 1 Jawon January 26, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Negro & White? I’m embarrassed to see that name.

  2. 2 Keith Beresheim June 4, 2010 at 9:38 pm

    This firm is racist and I am completely offended by there name. James Cagney wouldn’t settle for this!

  3. 3 ME November 29, 2009 at 8:31 am

    Yes anonymous you are an idiot. Many people have names which can be pronounced wrong. Why should they change their firm name form their actual last names? I am not aware of a CPA firm that does not go by their names. That is like asking someone to change their last name because it cannot be pronounced, or maybe you are saying that since people can interpret their name wrong, they should not be allowed to own a business? Most regional accounting firms have maybe 20 employees and do not have a marketing department. One of the biggest used to be called “Deloitte and Touche” hell Arnold Schwarzenegger, should they all change their names because they sound funny? Some people are just to judgmental and need to get laid and learn to laugh.

  4. 4 Keith Beresheim September 3, 2009 at 6:04 pm

    My company baxter actually had a audit proposal from this firm, i remember there audit proposal went something like this

    ” Yo, check yourself, before you reck yourself, were the cpa firm that ya just dont mess with.

    Were dangerous, we bust fasbs all day, pick our firm and like burger king you can have it your way.

    Auditing, taxes, compilations, yeah, we are the best
    Choose another firm and you get clipped like all the rest

  5. 5 Anonymous September 2, 2009 at 6:18 pm

    Who are you calling idiots? Wouldn’t a legit accounting firm surely have a competent marketing department (or at least an outsourced provider) that would see the potential image/interpretation issues with a name like that? Especially being located in southern California where a decent percentage of the population pronounces “i” as a long “e” due to the Spanish language. Just say the full firm name aloud and think about it for a second. Could you imagine telling a family member, friend, or other professional colleague that you work for a firm of this name? In addition, the website shows no hyphenation whatsoever, or any other such characters to fully differentiate the name.

    Firm Name Fail.

  6. 6 Krystal June 24, 2009 at 8:40 pm

    yeah……ok the i is hyphenated…so for those intelligent ones out there it’s pronounced Nigh-grow..hahhahaha idiots!!!

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