Professional Service Firms
We understand the professional services industry since we are part of it ourselves.
Minnesota Professional Service Firm Accounting experts.
Professional service firms are looking to maximize profits, improve cash flow and build businesses with high value to support eventual sale or succession. We have a solid history of developing strategies to achieve these desired results. Our tax experts work with a wide variety of professional service firms to make sure they thoughtfully plan ways to minimize taxes and maximize the bottom line.
Smith Schafer has provided consulting to firm partners throughout Minnesota since 1971. Our Industry Expert Group, comprised of numerous professionals, is committed to serving over 285 Minnesota Professional Service Firms. Some of our clients have less than 10 professionals, while others have several offices around the country with hundreds of attorneys and staff. Our extensive services enable us to move beyond tax and compliance to provide the advice you need to achieve your business goals.
specialized professional service firm industry services
Mergers & Acquisitions
Cash Flow Management
Audit & Review of Financial Statements
Accounting Software Consulting
401(k) and 403(b) Plan Audits
Bookkeeping & Payroll
Projections & Financial Analysis
Why Professional Service Clients Choose Us
“Have been impressed with the entire operation…whether calling or in person.”
– Tom Illies Insurance Agency
“Greg Epsom is easy to work with and always responds in a helpful manner in a short amount of time and he is very professional and accessible.”
– Ohly Law Office
“Jason Miller and Meha Patel always do a great job!”
– Learning Masters
“Very satisfied with the professionalism and timeliness of the services provided to me.”
– Loucks & Associates
Let’s start the conversation.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our industry experts.
Professional Service Firm Industry Resources
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