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Steve Erchul, CPA, CVA

Managing Principal | Twin Cities Office




How Steve got here

  • Completed the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts training in July of 2006
  • Master of Business Taxation from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, May 2002
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business Administration from North Dakota State University, May 1993



How Steve approaches work

“Listening to my client’s needs is the most important way I deliver the services a client really wants. I am opposed to providing clients with services that are unwarranted in order to generate higher fees. Instead, I identify opportunities for services that will help my clients improve their business, and therefore improve their bottom line. I believe all clients are important regardless of size or number of years in business. Every client deserves a quick, yet thoughtful response from their CPA according to their business needs.”

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