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Eide Bailly Alliance Adds Two New Firms

November 17, 2017

CPA firms Lee Suess, LLC of Williston, N.D., and Wendling Noe Nelson & Johnson LLC of Topeka, Kansas, are new members of the Eide Bailly Alliance, a member-based association of non-competing CPA firms formed by Eide Bailly, one of the top 25 CPA firms in the nation. Members have access to resources, experience and service specialties that help them remain independent.

Both firms cited better opportunities for both clients and staff as the reasons they wanted to join the Eide Bailly Alliance.

“Becoming part of the Eide Bailly Alliance will help us bring the most current and relevant resources to our clients to help them succeed,” said Nick Lee, managing partner of Lee Suess.

“We’re excited to have additional educational opportunities for our staff to help them grow in their careers,” said Eric Otting, managing partner of Wendling Noe Nelson & Johnson.

“The Eide Bailly Alliance is meant to not only help independent CPA firms like these serve their clients to their best ability, but also give them a competitive edge in their marketplace,” said LaRae Langerud, Eide Bailly Alliance director. “Their access to more specialty services and resources is bolstered by the sharing of knowledge and ideas with other member firms, which is invaluable.”

About Eide Bailly LLP
Eide Bailly’s journey began in 1917. By embracing change and focusing on innovative ideas, we’ve grown with our clients to become one of the top 25 accounting firms in the nation. Accounting is about numbers, but our business is about relationships. Talented, down-to-earth people work at Eide Bailly, and we're inspired to deliver outstanding expertise and care to our clients across the nation in the areas of audit, tax, accounting and business advisory services. 

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