MONTGOMERY, AL– TaylorChandler CPAs and Consultants is pleased to announce that they have been awarded “Best Accounting Firm” in Captive International’s first annual U.S. Awards. Captive International’s U.S. Awards commend captive service providers that demonstrate a commitment to innovation and excellence. The recipients of awards were voted upon by alternative risk professionals from throughout the country. TC operates on a national basis with over 5,000 clients. TaylorChandler brings an unparalleled level of service in property and casualty as well as the benefits industry. Depending upon the client’s needs, TC offers comprehensive financial management capability in addition to providing more limited, specific services. TC is the largest provider of continuing professional education (CPE) credits to captive conferences in the country, serving CICA’s Annual Conference and approximately five other US domicile annual conferences. TC’s CPE system was further developed into a web-based system that allows conference attendees to receive credits in a fast and efficient manner. This system was developed internally and has become a fully-automated system of collecting, summarizing, and issuing CPE credits. TC has also been called upon by regulators to provide support in reviewing and examining financial statements for various domiciled companies, generally regarding troubled captives and RRGs. As a result of TC’s reputation and level of experience, the Company is called upon to provide varying levels of financial reporting, tax, and compliance. “TaylorChandler is honored to be recognized as one of the top CPA Firms in the country,“ said Britt Taylor, Partner of TaylorChandler. “It is our goal to be at the forefront of developing strategies tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. We are truly grateful for the recognition from our peers and clients.” TaylorChandler was founded in 2003. The company has been nationally-recognized as a leader in the insurance industry. TC delivers broad customer solutions to all types of insurance entities, including captives, mutuals, RRGs, and self-insurance funds.