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LB Carlson has a dedicated team of seasoned professionals that can help you innovate and grow your organization. We can sit beside you as a consultant in board meetings and help with important daily decisions. Your organization can benefit from our expertise in the Health and Human Services industry and being with a firm that understands your accounting and tax needs.

Industry-Specific Services

  • Accounting Outsourcing: We can assist with preparing monthly reconciliations and financial statements, enhancing your internal controls, or step in as a contract controller/CFO.
  • Accounting Software: We have extensive knowledge with QuickBooks, Peachtree, and other accounting software.
  • Payroll Processing: Our payroll professionals can handle all of your organization’s payroll matters including preparing your federal and state quarterly payroll tax returns.
  • Attest Services: Our highly skilled and experienced professionals provide audit, review and compilation services. Providing financial statements in a timely and accurate manner is our commitment.
  • Tax Services: Our professionals have intensive experience preparing tax returns and handling all levels on tax related issues that your organization may encounter.
  • Consulting: Here at LB Carlson, we can help you start your organization or help you design and implement a succession plan. We can assist you with benchmarking, compensation planning, and litigation support. We can be there for every step.
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Darren Kray

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