Congress enacts the first federal income tax law. John G. McIntosh opens an accounting firm in Seattle to support the Pacific Northwest’s forest products industry. The firm expands its services to Portland in 1922.
Over the years the firm undergoes several name changes—McIntosh, Cowan & Co; Charles S. Cowan & Company; and Moss Adams & Co. This will get shortened to Moss Adams LLP in 1995.
The firm opens offices in Northern California and Southern California as well as additional offices in Oregon and Washington. In 1972, the firm adds a consulting arm, offering clients value-added services that complement our core assurance and tax solutions.
The firm reaches a new growth milestone with the addition of more offices in Oregon and Washington. Throughout the decade and into the new century, the firm continues to grow, expanding in California and establishing investment banking and wealth management divisions.
Praxity is a global alliance that today counts more than 100 independent accounting firms as members, providing our clients who do business internationally with trusted expertise in more than 80 countries and territories around the world.
The firm celebrates its 100th anniversary and releases its first corporate social responsibility report to measure the firm's progress toward its social and environmental goals.
Moss Adams debuts a new look and message, refining its brand positioning to focus on its forward-looking, dynamic approach to delivering client services. The firm now has 28 locations in Arizona, California, Kansas, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.
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