Manufacturing Services Group

Northeast Ohio is known for its history of manufacturing. For 30 years, Corrigan Krause has been assisting manufacturing companies and their leadership through the formulation of strategic plans and approaches, helping our clients realize their business goals.

Manufacturing & Distribution Services

Corrigan Krause continues to help companies of all sizes to operate at their highest level of efficiency – during times of sustained production and times of rapid growth. We do this by understanding the many challenges the manufacturing industry faces, including: customer demands, technological advances, changing tax regulations, capital expenditures and global competition.

We’ll work with you to develop a system which works within the fluctuating manufacturing cycles, stimulating more cost-effective runs and continued growth within your business.

  • Audit & Accounting
  • Tax
  • Business Advisory
  • Executive/Leadership Advisory
  • Inventory Management & Job Costing
  • Product Line Profitability Analysis
  • Cash Flow Analysis
  • Internal Control Evaluation
  • Operational Reviews
  • R&D Credits
  • International Tax Strategies
  • Cost Segregation Studies

Industry Specialization

Our dedicated team of experts has helped a wide variety of manufacturing companies over the past 30 years. Manufacturing clients make up approximately 20% of our firm’s client base.

Meet Our Manufacturing Services Team

In the News

Congratulations! CK’s 2021 Promotions

Growing the Corrigan Krause team and promoting our professionals allows us to build the strongest and most effective team for our clients. During this unique and challenging year, our team more than rose to the challenge, working together to keep our clients informed and up to date on financial and legislative changes. A number of our professionals developed their skills and earned a much deserved promotion.

Key Points From This Post

• The American Rescue Plan Act signed into law March 11, 2021 extended and expanded the employee retention tax credit to December 31, 2021 to eligible employers who retained employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Qualifying standards have changed over the months, but as a baseline, qualification is determined by one of two factors.
• The employee retention credit cannot be claimed for wages that are expected to be forgiven under a Paycheck Protection Plan loan or other Covid-relief programs.

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