Closely Held Businesses
Closely held businesses make up more than 90% of corporations in the U.S. This is our sweet spot. From start-ups to multinationals, closely held businesses remain the core of our practice and the heart of our firm.
We appreciate the entrepreneurial spirit of these clients and do our very best to foster their success. We proactively address their needs, bringing them ideas and strategies to improve their business’ performance. For family businesses, we also understand the dynamics and challenges of working with those close to you, generation after generation.
Our Closely Held Business Services Include:
Exit Strategy Consulting
You should start considering your succession plan and exit strategy the day you start your business. We can help you brainstorm and execute a plan.
Gift and Estate Planning
Your business and family financial circumstances remain inextricably linked, so you need a big-picture approach to effective gift and estate planning.
Merger and Acquisition Consulting
We can help you get your company ready for sale, perform due diligence, structure deals, and determine the tax consequences of transactions.
A must-have for businesses with two or more owners, these documents dictate what will happen if an owner dies, becomes incapacitated, or wants to leave the company.
Entity Structure Analysis
C or S corp? Partnership or LLC? Choosing the appropriate entity can have a significant impact on your tax situation.
Accounting System Consulting
Let us weigh in on which software and system will work best for your company.
Strategic and General Business Planning
Benefit from the guidance and input of a neutral party when making big business decisions. We can help you identify and evaluate your options.
For more information about our closely held businesses team, click the links below.
P. Frank Berry, CPA
Christopher C. Brubaker, CPA, ABV, CEPA
Richard M. Busofsky, CPA
Matthew J. Dean, CPA, CITP
Helene H. Downs, CPA
Monte J. Glanzer, CPA
Matthew W. Hale, CPA
James F. Hutcherson, CPA
Kevin L. Keller, CPA
Glenn M. Lankford, CPA
Jennifer S. Lehman, CPA, CGMA
Edward J. Schmitz, CPA, CFE, CGMA
Travis W. Simpson, CPA
Kendra L. Stribling, CPA, CEPA
Robin C. Swink, CPA
Jeffrey D. Ulmer, CPA
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