Companies come to us because they are seeking growth, direction, better cash flow, more profit, accurate financial information, and at time their very survival. The work that we do results in less debt, more informed purchases and investments, properly trained employees, and an improved quality of life for all owners and employees of the company. Everything we do and all of the advice we give is in the best interest of the companies we serve, even if it is unpopular with the business owner, manager, or the employees.
We strive for work-life integration, not separation. Being a different person at work and home can get exhausting. We encourage our employees to be themselves and to bring their personalities and full range of talents to work; both among colleagues and with our clients.
We are open to ideas from all team members, so we insist on a culture of respect where everyone feels that their contributions matter. Gossip and complaining are not tolerated. Disagreements are encouraged as they show passion and engagement, but they need to be handled in a respectful and productive manner.
If a client or coworker approaches you about a problem or issue, do not get defensive and assume that the other party is unreasonable. In the spirit of open communication, listen to what they have to say and accept it. Then discuss how you can mutually resolve the issue.
We all commit to growth, both personally and professionally and we see change as a positive and inevitable part of that growth. All employees are given the training and leadership they need to become successful based on their definition and desired level of respect.
We give our clients our all so we require our clients to meet us halfway. We expect positive interaction even in negative situations. Our clients must commit to treat our staff with respect, embrace the positive and forward thinking changes we will drive in their organization, and follow procedures put in place to help them once mutually agreed on.
As our firm evolves, change is necessary. We may push employees and clients harder than they are comfortable being pushed all in an effort to grow. Our employees must embrace change and constantly look for ways to improve processes, both internally and externally. Our greatest challenges are our greatest opportunities for growth.
Rob was born in Hamtrack, MI and attended Walsh College. When he's not focused on building the most profitable accounting departments in the world, he likes sports (all Detroit teams and the Michigan Wolverines), music, movies and traveling. He moved to Wilmington in 2010 and loves it, but Detroit will always be home.
CPA - MI License # 1101026407
Lynn has been a Michigan native her entire life. She grew up in Sterling; a small village in the middle of the mitten, received her Bachelor's Degree from Alma College, and now lives in Clarkston with her husband, Sean, and her two children. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to rock concerts, and traveling.
VP of Business Development
CPA - NC License # 37787
Erin is a Certified Public Accountant and hails from the state of New York. She was born in Hornell, a small town just south of Rochester. While she has plenty of fondness of her home, she was drawn to Wilmington because of the mild climate and beautiful topography. She took a brave leap to follow her dreams and started a new life in Wilmington just two years ago!
Yulianna is an accountant who brings nearly ten years of diverse accounting and business experience. Away from the numbers, she is a busy mom to a rambunctious little boy. Yulianna loves to work out, cook, and is interested in home remodeling and design. She lives in metro-Detroit, but if you listen carefully, there's still a hint of a Bulgarian accent.
Kyndall is originally from Wake Forest, NC, but moved to Wilmington three years ago to attend UNCW. She enjoys learning more about Integrated Marketing Communication methods and the occasional binge on Netflix. When she's not working in the office, she's either sleeping or hitting the books hard studying Communication Studies and Political Science.