PORTLAND, Ore. — Accounting and consulting firm McDonald Jacobs, P.C. is a new member 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.
Since 1972, McDonald Jacobs has been a leading full-service public accounting and consulting firm servicing not-for-profit organizations, professional service providers, trusts, estates and individuals in Portland, Oregon. McDonald Jacobs’ commitment to providing quality, valuable service to clients and the community drove the initiative to join the Eide Bailly Alliance. Through the Alliance, McDonald Jacobs is looking forward to connecting with like-minded professionals and firms; and to grow in technical expertise in order to provide valuable service to clients.
“Technical expertise and training opportunities are just some of the benefits of joining the Eide Bailly Alliance, said LaRae Langerud, Eide Bailly Alliance director. “Our goal is to help independent CPA firms like McDonald Jacobs, P.C. serve their clients with the highest level of service and give them a competitive edge in their marketplace.”
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.