Small and Privately Held Business
All too often, small business leaders are forced to wear the "accounting" hat, regardless of whether they have any accounting experience. At Stockman Kast Ryan + Co., that's the only hat we wear.
As a small business, we appreciate the challenges our clients face. And we believe our clients receive the greatest benefit from our services when we assign teams of highly experienced, versatile professionals to serve them. We'll help your business plan beyond your annual tax deadline and prepare for the future by keeping the lines of communication open every day of the year. And we are always monitoring trends and changes within your industry and in the marketplace so that you can make informed business decisions.
Our partners and employees receive up-to-date individual and group training through the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants and as an independent member of DFK International/USA, so that we can continue to provide you with the most relevant service possible. DFK International/USA is an association of independent, full-service public accounting and consulting firms with offices serving major markets throughout the United States and representation in over 80 countries. Our affiliation with DFK provides our clients with resources throughout the world and provides us with a means to share technical expertise and to assist clients with obtaining services on a national and international level.
Industries served include, but are not limited to:
- Auto dealers
- Farming and ranching
- Financial institutions
- High tech
- Government contracting
Small Business services include:
- Preparation of federal and state income tax returns
- Compilation, review, and/or audit of financial statements
- Income tax planning
- Assistance with IRS audits
- Business planning
- Bookkeeping services
- Cash flow projections and other consulting services
- Business valuation
- Succession planning
- Estate and retirement planning
Starting Your Small Business
One important consideration when starting your business is determining the best legal organizational structure. Why? Because it will affect operating efficiency, transferability, control, the way you report income, the taxes you pay and your personal liability. The choices can be complicated — and errors can be costly. To help you consider what structure may work best for your business, download our FREE Guide to Selecting Your Small Business Legal Structure here.
Another aspect of starting your business is acquiring financing. Many entrepreneurs struggle to get their businesses off the ground because they’re unable to secure adequate funding. The good news is that billions of dollars are available to fund small business ventures like yours. We offer helpful tips for planning your startup capital requirements and successfully acquiring funding for your new business in our FREE Guide to Acquiring Startup Financing for Your Business. Download the guide here.