We have performed services for a variety of industries over the years. The following are those we feel we have the current expertise to provide the services you are looking for.
No matter what role your organization has in the not-for-profit sector, managing costs, competing for funding, and generating and maintaining membership is a constant challenge. Our firm is ready and able to help your not-for-profit organization handle audits, reviews, bookkeeping, and tax-exempt issues.
Types of organizations we support include:
- Member trade associations
- Churches and other religious organizations
- Educational institutions
- Long-term care facilities
Our firm is ready and able to help your governmental organization handle audits, reviews, bookkeeping, and tax-exempt issues.
Types of entities we support include:
- Municipalities in Kansas and Missouri
- Public school districts and charter schools
- Fire protection districts
- County board of elections
- Community Improvement Districts (CID)
Many great opportunities present themselves to the manufacturing industry – especially to those firms who can compete in the ever-changing global marketplace. We can help you increase your market presence by the creating of a commonsense game plan to reduce the costs of resources and increase your profit margins thereby allowing your business to achieve its goals, both financially and strategically. Some of the services we provide include:
- Supply chain consulting that can shorten your delivery time through just-in-time inventory management.
- Accounting advice related to labor shifts, technological investments, audits and globalization.
Individual investors and large development companies alike are both well positioned to benefit from the expert tax strategies and financial expertise that our tax professionals provide. We partner with property owners to maximize tax benefits through proper valuation, lease negotiation, business operations and equipment maintenance programs.
Unique challenges our firm will assist you with include:
- OSHA compliance
- Bonding requirements
- Maximizing “Section 199” deduction
- Property acquisition