Our accounting services provide thorough, accurate reporting and critical analysis that allow you to evaluate your financial health and realize your business goals. Our firm can help you by delivering financial statements and reports or handling all your accounting tasks so you can concentrate on running your business.
To support your accounting needs, our firm will prepare everything from financial statements to audits, compilations, and reviews. We also take the time to review all of your data with you throughout the year to offer insight and help you to understand the story behind the numbers. Our sharp financial analysis will give you better visibility into the factors driving your business.
If you’re just starting a new business, our firm can guide you through the process of entity selection, provide valuable tax planning advice, and help you optimize your accounting structure. And, when your business grows to the point that...read more
With extensive experience providing full-service tax and accounting to the agriculture/farming industry, we are intimately familiar with cash flow management, update to date on depreciation and tax benefits for farmers, and fully understand...read more
We’ve worked with all types of construction professionals, including HVAC providers, masons, excavators, electricians, and small general contractors. As a result, we provide you with industry-specific expertise and work with you...read more
Operating a successful manufacturing business can be overwhelming considering the complexity of tax regulations and the paperwork involved. Our firm is keenly aware of these and other specific challenges you face...read more
Several tax laws have changed this year. We want you to know that we have you covered. The MKP staff has been diligent about staying up-to-date with the ever-changing tax laws. Our goal is to continuously provide you with the necessary tools to succeed!
We have highlighted some of the changes taking place that may affect your 2018 tax return. Please click on the option below to learn more.
Many employers routinely watch key financial metrics, such as current ratio and gross profit. But these aren’t the only measures you should consider monitoring. Recent years have seen the emergence of vital human resource (HR) metrics. These measures can help your organization make better-informed decisions about human capital, operations and overall strategy. Here are three examples of...
For certain employers, particularly small businesses, introducing a retirement plan for employees may seem like a daunting task. The company owner may feel that providing a full-blown 401(k) plan is his or her only choice, but that’s far from true.
There are other options to consider that are relatively easier to administer and usually less costly to set up and maintain. One...