Hey! We have a NEW announcement to make

After 26 years in one building with exactly zero elevators, the accounting crew from 1903 Post Road has moved to new digs! Still on the Post Road, but half a mile down and just a hop-skip-and-a-jump into Southport:

Nathan Accounting Group
2425 Post Road, Suite 205
Southport, CT 06890

If you were coming from our old stomping grounds, you'd turn left onto the Post Road heading toward Westport. Our new home is the second building on your left after you pass Sasco Hill Road (or after you pass Martel Bistro & Bar, if you happen to be navigating with your stomach). Watch for the sign for Tide Mill Landing, the place with the parking lot running underneath it (ooh, fancy).

A new zip code, glass doors (!!) and OMG an actual elevator — but we won't let it go to our heads. Besides, the frogs will give us away the minute you walk in.


And here we have last year's announcement, just in case you've been living under a rock since November 2017:

(Ever-so-lightly edited to reflect our recent change of address —Ed.)

The frog-happy folks at Grace Soderberg Keniston are leapfrogging headlong into the future — like, into 2018 even — and this time we travel with friends: our cozy office at 2425 Post Road is now the Southport home of Nathan Accounting Group, LLC.

Based in Avon, with a second office in Middletown, Nathan Accounting Group isn't new to Fairfield County. But they're eager to have a place of their own here, and that's where we come in.

In the 25 years since Grace Keniston first struck out on her own, she's accumulated a staff of four (and an untold number of frogs), and yet we've always wanted to do more for our clients.

Now we can.

Same people. New possibilities.

You know the mantra: “Nothing is changing.” Said by everyone who ever merged, anywhere.

Which is completely ridiculous. Of course things will change — that’s the whole point! If nothing is supposed to change, then we just created a lot of unnecessary work for ourselves.

We are thrilled, we are excited, we are mildly terrified of all the new things we can do for you now — and do better.

Bigger! Faster! More frogs!

Our greatest adventure ever — and that was before we hopped over the river into Southport.

Things that don't change

What doesn't change is how it feels to be a Grace Soderberg Keniston client. Walk into our new Southport office and you'll find the old Fairfield crew almost where you expect us to be. Or call us — same number as always — and get a live person on the line instead of a robot. But it goes deeper than that.

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The people at Nathan Accounting Group chose us because we have personality (among many other excellent reasons), and you can continue to rely on that — have we mentioned that we like frogs? So don't read too much into their web site. They aren't remotely as corporate as it would have you think.

Meanwhile, we chose them because they think the way we do — and because they understand people like you.

For a refresher, "you" means individuals and businesses. Trusts. Non‑profits. Foreign entities.

You could be an investor with a serious portfolio, or someone who just opened their first IRA.

You could be a business that fits on a kitchen table, or one that's looking for more space (again).

You could be a bunch of those things all at once, or anything in between. It doesn't matter, because we like You just the way you are.

Drop in, say "Hi!"

You know how to find us:

Nathan Accounting Group
2425 Post Road, Suite 205
Southport, CT 06890

203-259-9505 (phone!)
203-259-9516 (fax!)

Granted, the name is a little different — call us "The Artist Formerly Known as Grace Soderberg Keniston" if it makes you feel better — and we've relocated half a mile down the Post Road. But these are minor details.

We have new email addresses too, but the old ones will continue to work until we get bored with them. We'll remind you to update your address book long before that ever happens.

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As long as you're here, why not let us regale you with the Tale of the Frogs? Particularly if you have no idea why we keep bringing them up.