About Huntsville (“Rocket City”)
Anglin Reichmann Armstrong, P.C. was founded in Huntsville in 1990 and has grown regionally and nationally. This is due to the great professionals we have attracted to this beautiful part of the lower Appalachians. Our office here has 9 partners and over 55 professionals and staff. We focus on comprehensive audit and attest services, accounting, complex tax and business advisory services — with particular knowledge in the biotechnology, construction, government contracting, information technology, manufacturing and real estate industries.
Living and working in Huntsville, our team is involved in and sponsors a variety of community causes and organizations. You can learn more about them on our About page. Huntsville is a wonderful place to build a career and strong relationships. Our city has gained national recognition as a center for space exploration with the establishment of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. Our median age range among the metro population is mid-30s, and we are ranked nationally for strong schools and higher education. Also, the cost of living, including housing, is affordable.
In 2018, Anglin Reichmann Armstrong merged with Pensacola-based Bloomer, Geri & Company, a comprehensive tax-consulting firm with a strong reputation for complex tax planning and reporting for individuals and businesses. With three partners and over 15 professionals and staff, our office in Pensacola now offers all the services and career opportunities of a mid-sized public accounting firm. Clients also enjoy the personal attention and service for which this team is known.
Pensacola offers a rich history of cultural traditions with amazing ocean shorelines along the Gulf of Mexico. The region has a significant military presence, specifically the Naval Air Station Pensacola, which serves as a base for all military designations. Though the warm weather attracts veterans and retirees alike, the median age is only 38. People are drawn to the outdoor recreation, diverse food and entertainment options and affordable housing. Schools rank in the mid-range of U.S. schools, with five identified as the best nationally.
Source: U.S. News & World Report “Best Places to Live”