Cassady SchillerIndustry SpecializationsManufacturing & Distribution

Manufacturing & Distribution

In this economy, manufacturing and distribution companies face greater challenges and uncertainties than ever before.  Growing foreign competition; increasing costs of healthcare, energy, and raw materials; tightening credit markets; and uncertainties in future demand have combined to create a challenging operational environment.

At Cassady Schiller, we believe in turning challenges into opportunities.  We provide specialized tax and accounting services tailored to meet the demands of today’s economy. We have been helping our manufacturing and distribution clients identify and capitalize on opportunities, even in difficult economic conditions.  Whether it’s income tax planning, facilitation of capital sources, inventory management, fixed asset reviews, or valuable business credits, we offer ideas and solutions that help our clients prosper.

We also understand the role of business in the lives of our clients. Most of our manufacturing and distribution clients are closely held businesses, so business decisions can have a direct and profound impact on personal well-being. We help our clients consider business and personal factors, focusing on maintaining continuity of business and growth and preservation of personal wealth.

Our targeted Manufacturing & Distribution services include:

    • Financial Statement Compilation, Review & Audit
    • Employee Benefit Plan Audits
    • Internal Controls Review
    • Goodwill Impairment Analysis
    • Implementation of Accounting Standards
    • Fraud Investigations
    • Internal Audit & Operations Assistance
    • Succession Planning
    • Compensation Planning
    • Business Valuations
    • Lender Facilitation
    • Inventory Management Consulting
    • Executive Recruitment
    • Cash Flow Analysis
    • Forecasts & Projections
    • Operations Reviews
    • Performance Measurement
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