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Consulting Services

Our consulting services are designed primarily to help you make decisions. Surveys have shown that certified public accountants are the leading advisors to the public and one of the most trusted. We can ease the burden of your most important decisions. Should you incorporate? Which retirement plan is best for you? Should you lease or buy your office space and equipment? What should a partnership or employment agreement include? Making financially sound decisions in these and many other areas is vital in order to be a success. We have tackled these complex questions before.

We believe that helping our clients manage and operate their financial affairs is an exciting and challenging task. And we look forward to assisting our clients when a need arises.

  • Organizational planning
  • Financial business planning
  • Management control and reports
  • System and procedure studies
  • Forms, reports and paperwork control
  • Office personnel work measurements, standards and control
  • Expense reduction programs
  • Operating and financial analyses
  • Assistance in obtaining financing or raising capital
  • Budgeting and planning for profit
  • Executive compensation plans
  • Payroll tax, wage and hour counseling
  • Employee compensation and fringe programs
  • Cash Flow and Budgeting Analysis
  • Accounting methods and procedures
  • Pension, profit sharing and employee benefit planning
  • Financial business planning
  • Operating cost studies
  • Contract and Transaction Negotiation and Planning


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