We use our experience and industry expertise to maximize value and minimize risk for your business. Smith Schafer is an ongoing source to help you grow your business with strategies for tax savings, increased profits and new opportunities.
A Smart Approach to Client Advisory Services.
The business environment has become increasingly complex. Our team works closely with you to gather and examine historic trends, determine best practices and compile recommendations.
We are focused on the best advice for every situation, presented in a timely and simple way that solves or avoids problems for our clients.
Smith Schafer has over 45 years of experience helping businesses, in numerous industries, effectively manage their growth and operations.
Our proven methodology is designed for us to gain a thorough understanding of your current situation and work closely with your team during all phases of your business. Our approach and results demonstrates our experience with local, Minnesota businesses.
Business Consulting Services:
- Accounting Services
- Tax Planning
- Legal Entity Analysis & Selection
- Business Valuation
- Business Growth Planning
- Employee Benefit Plans
- Merger & Acquisitions
- Buying & Selling Agreements
- Estate & Retirement Planning
- Succession Planning
- Wealth Management
- Financial Statement Preparation
- Audit Defense
- Litigation Support
- Bookkeeping & Payroll Support
- Accounting Software Consulting
- Budgeting & Cash Flow Analysis
Contact us today to discuss your business’s specific challenges and how our consulting services team can help you.
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