Mike Bigrigg, CPA/ABV lets you in on the important aspects of preparing for a business sale:



Selling a company can be a daunting task for a small business owner. With countless legal experts, consultants, bankers, and accountants from which to choose, a small business owner may be asking, “What services do I need and who should I hire?”

One very important and often overlooked step in the process of selling a small business is obtaining a valuation from a business Read More >>

Lynda Doland, CPA gives a wrap-up of this past tax season.



Phew! Another tax season is now under our belts, and here at Corrigan Krause we’re feeling relieved to have the long hours behind us, excited to enjoy the springtime weather with our families, and grateful for the clients who keep our “busy season” busy!

We’d like to extend a thank you to all of the clients and friends of the firm who sent us encouragement over the past few months- be it through an email of thank Read More >>

Al Harsar, CPA gives away the secret to making a Roth conversion work for you:



I’ve written recently about planning ideas specific to your IRA or Roth IRA. When it comes to your retirement account, the planning opportunities are endless. When you’re planning on security for your future, tax losses can seem like a major hit.

Having a year with tax losses can be stressful, even if the bright side is a lower tax bill. It’s important to contact CK to discuss ways to make y Read More >>

Molly Stinn, CPA, dives in to the details of what it takes to be a CPA.



Ever wonder what it takes to be a CPA? A preference for summer golf over winter skiing? Not really. Besides a proclivity for numbers, persistence may be a CPA’s best attribute.

Before setting out to advise clients on taxation, financial reporting, valuations and business consulting issues, your CPA laid a strong foundation in accounting standards, tax law, auditing, business law and general Read More >>