Manufacturing and Distribution

Many of our firm’s earliest clients came from the manufacturing and distribution industry — and many of them remain our clients today. Our expertise in this sector stems from decades of helping small and large manufacturers and distributors better manage the complexities of their businesses. Our familiarity with the industry and with our clients’ specific opportunities and challenges lets us anticipate events and decisions our clients may not have contemplated yet.

Our Manufacturing and Distribution Services Include:

Cost Studies
Profit generation and pricing require a deep understanding of your materials, labor, and overhead costs. Get us involved early to maximize your opportunities.

Inventory Management
Mismanaged inventory can have significant cash flow consequences. Balance inventory to avoid a glut or a shortage.

Multi-State Tax Issues
Nexus can sneak up on you. Many manufacturers and distributors do not know they have tax liabilities in various states.

Mergers and Acquisitions
We can help you get your company ready for sale, perform due diligence, structure deals, and determine the tax consequences of transactions.

Tax Studies
Let us help you create value and maximize tax advantages by determining the best way to capitalize costs.

Benchmarking Studies
How do you stack up against the competition? Are your costs in line? A benchmarking study can provide insight and information to improve your market position.

Cash Flow Management
Success depends on cash flow, so planning for future cash requirements ensures the financial security of your company.

Dashboard Analysis
We can help you determine and track the critical key indicators of your business.

Federal and State Tax Credits
We identify tax credits applicable to your business.

Internal Controls Review
This service evaluates existing controls and identifies areas for improvement to increase efficiency and deter fraud. We can review these key indicators.

For more information about our manufacturing and distribution services, please contact:

Partners:

P. Frank Berry, CPA
W. Keith Haney, CPA
Kevin L. Keller, CPA
Edward J. Schmitz, CPA, CFE, CGMA
Travis W. Simpson, CPA
Robin C. Swink, CPA

 

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