WTP Advisors Merges with Boucher Stickley Group

WTP Advisors, a global tax and business advisory firm, has merged with Boucher Stickley Group (BSG), a forensic accounting and litigation support firm.

Under the terms of the merger, BSG will now become the forensic accounting practice area at WTP Advisors.

“We are the ones who sift through the details, analyze and interpret complex financial transactions, investigate the paper trail and recreate what actually happened, whether providing support in a litigation dispute or offering consultation as to whether the books and records of a subsidiary accurately portray business operations or show some evidence of internal fraud,” says Timothy Stickley, co-founder of BSG.

“WTP partnered with BSG to bring the specialized skill set of forensic accounting to our Fortune 100 client base, further bolstering our ability to provide best in class advisory services,” says Ian Boccaccio, co-founder and partner at WTP Advisors.

WTP Advisors works on a like-kind exchange program, a tax program for offsetting costs on vehicle inventory.

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