About Birnbrey, Minsk, Minsk & Perling

For more than 70 years, Birnbrey, Minsk, Minsk & Perling has served clients with expertise in accounting and a personal commitment to their success.

As our relationships with businesses, individuals, and families have grown, so has our firm expanded in its resources and capabilities. Our areas of service include assurance, advisory, and tax, and we have extensive experience in a variety of business industries.

Through it all, our accounting services have always remained a partnership with each client: consultative and personal and never transactional in nature. We endeavor to guide clients in ways that make the greatest impact on their businesses and their lives. To our professionals, these relationships are the equity and the heart of our firm.

The BMM&P Approach

Expert and informed.  Our certified public accountants are authorities in the field and leaders in professional organizations. We leverage this background to be proactive and not reactive, helping clients be ready for challenges and take advantage of opportunities.

Focused on preparation. We see that our mission includes educating clients in accounting and finance-related matters. Empowering clients with knowledge and advice allows them to make the best decisions for their businesses and families.

Sized for service. BMM&P is as involved as each client prefers and never pushes extraneous offerings. From tax preparation to consulting to financial assurance, we are capable of supporting their needs.  

Accessible and responsive. By exceeding our clients’ expectations for service, we prove ourselves as partners in their accounting and financial matters.

Our Founding History

Henry Birnbrey, the founder of our firm, embodies the spirit of our practice: a commitment to the highest professional standards, a personal stake in the wellbeing of our clients, and enduring dedication to our community.

Henry escaped Nazi Germany on an emergency visa procured by his family, one of the “One Thousand Children” rescued and brought to the United States between 1934 and 1945. Henry’s father died in early 1939 after being arrested and severely beaten on Kristallnacht. Shortly afterward, Henry lost contact with his mother, who also died.

When World War II began, Henry enlisted in the U.S. Army. He participated in the D-Day invasion, fought in the Battle of the Bulge, and was part of the advance on Magdeburg, Germany.

At the end of the war in Europe, Henry worked as an interpreter in counter-intelligence interviews before returning home with his division. He established his accounting practice in 1946 after recognizing the growing needs of local merchants, retailers, and grocers in the South.

In the seven decades that have followed, Henry and his partners, supporting accountants, and staff have grown our company into one of the most respected accounting firms in the country. Henry continues to serve as our leader and remains an active part of the Jewish, Atlanta, and accounting communities. We invite you to learn more about his story on the website for the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.