While Jeff Spiegel began his career with some of the most renowned and nationally recognized accounting firms in the country, his entrepreneurial spirit fueled his desire to establish his own firm rather than work for someone else throughout his career. So, as the story goes, in 1990 Jeff left his corporate accounting job for something bigger, better, and brighter with the ambition of changing the world and taking the accounting and auditing world by storm. In other words, he founded Spiegel Accountancy Corp. and hasn’t looked back since.
Jeff’s intent back then was as pure as it is now – to provide accounting, audit, tax and consulting services to mortgage lenders and private equity funds, small-to-medium sized businesses and individuals. And, those entities remain the cornerstone of Spiegel Accountancy Corp. today. In fact, we have experienced tremendous growth largely due to our depth of experience and commitment to those businesses and industries that we serve.
Jeff also focused on the firm’s practice areas and industry specializations so that our professional CPAs members could become true experts. The “practice makes perfect” philosophy is truly at work at Spiegel Accountancy Corp. We believe the best way to maintain the growth we’ve experienced is to maintain our focus on being the best at what we do. That’s why we constantly endeavor to deepen our specialization by keeping pace with industry trends, developments and regulations. And, it’s paying off. In the last three years alone, Spiegel Accountancy Corp. has grown 57 percent!
With our vast knowledge, we’ve fully embraced client education, conducting many training sessions and webinars on tax issues that directly impact mortgage lenders. In fact, we’re often asked to give presentations to companies throughout the industry – even those that are not our clients.
Spiegel Accountancy Corp.’s future vision is to continue to grow by further deepening its niche specialty and securing more partners. Our ultimate goal is to maintain our strong foothold and leadership position in the mortgage and private equity funds industries.