Service

Businesses within the service space face a unique set of challenges when the focus so strongly centers around people. Your people come first but your clients come second. As a professional services firm ourselves, we understand the complexities that come with this territory.

Service Group

We offer comprehensive accounting, tax and consulting services to top architecture, engineering, law, recruiting and technology firms, along with a wide variety of other professional service providers. We’re here to help you take advantage of opportunities to improve financial results and reduce risk and tax liability along the way.

  • Audit & Accounting
  • Tax
  • Business Advisory
  • Executive/Leadership Advisory
  • Practice Management Consulting
  • Outsourced Accounting and Bookkeeping
  • Compensation and Employee Benefit Design
  • Strategic Planning and Benchmarking Analysis
  • Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory Services
  • Financing Assistance
  • Forecasts and Projections
  • Internal controls, review and design
  • Strategic business planning
  • Business succession planning
  • Entity choice & review of operating agreements

Industry Specialization

For more than 30 years, we have worked with a wide variety of businesses that fall within the service space, including architecture, law, engineering, recruiting, PR/marketing, and more.

Meet Our Services Team

In the News

Inflation Reduction Act – What it Means for Individual Taxpayers

The Inflation Reduction Act included a number of items for businesses, but what about individual taxpayers? Overall, the Inflation Reduction Act included a number of credit updates and other extensions that affect individuals.

CORPORATE & BUSINESS TAX UPDATES

  • Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax
  • New Excise Tax on Stock Repurchases
  • Permanent Extension to Fund Black Lung Disability Trust Fund
  • Increase Research Credit Against Payroll Tax for Small Business
  • Reinstatement of Limitation Rules for Deduction for State and Local, etc., Taxes; Extension of Limitation on Excess Business Losses of Noncorporate Taxpayers

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