Family Business/Closely-Held Businesses
With you as you navigate through the transitions and on to the next level
We become a part of the family — from attending birthday parties and weddings — to supporting the long-term success of your business.
There are essential financial matters you need to understand in order to run an efficient and profitable business. At SDK, we don’t just do the work; we help you understand how the numbers come together on the page and what that means for your company.
Knowledge and Understanding
We work with all kinds of closely-held businesses from family businesses that have been operating in a single location for decades to rapidly expanding multi-state ventures. Having come from a national firm and choosing to work locally, the accountants at SDK combine people-oriented values with years of expertise to provide not only the information you need, but a relationship that supports your business into the future.
Some of the many services we offer to help you:
- Business Valuations
- Estate Planning
- Improvement of client accounting systems, procedures and organization
- Assistance with hiring internal accounting staff
- Controller functions
- ERISA planning
- Tax and payroll filings
- Compensation, bonus planning
Unmatched Experience and Service
Because we are a mid-size firm, team members have the privilege of working with many different types and sizes of companies. Our broad experience brings more insight to the table in order to solve a challenge or make necessary adjustments in your business as quickly and efficiently as possible. Nothing is textbook at SDK; we service your business and its unique needs in a way that brings the most benefit to you and your company each and every time.
Nicole Brown, CPA, CEBS
Click below to see the contact information for the entire family business team.View Detail
Items of Interest
IRS Offers Tips for Teenage Taxpayers with Summer Jobs
Students and teenagers often get summer jobs. This is a great way to earn extra spending money or to save for later. The IRS offers a few tax tips for taxpayers with a summer jobView Detail
News & Events
Roundtable Seminar: Understanding the changes coming to financial statements
As a business owner, you know financial statements are important, but like an Apple watch you only use to tell time, there is so much information packed into financial statements, the resources can be easily overlooked. This seminar will illustrate examples of how business owners can use their financial statements as a decision making tool to positively impact their cash flows and bottom line.View Detail