WHAT INSPIRES YOU, INSPIRES US.

Bradley G. Theisen, CPA

Partner

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"To me, client service means doing everything I possibly can to make clients happy. This requires listening and providing personal and insightful advice. I pride myself on giving each one of my clients superior service beyond their expectations."

OVERVIEW

Since 1988, Brad has been providing accounting and income tax services to closely held businesses in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, and service organizations. Brad works with manufacturing companies on various issues, including tax planning, depreciation analysis, salary and bonus plans, inventory management, and research and development tax credits.

In his work, Brad develops close relationships with his clients to learn as much as possible about their companies in order to understand their businesses. With that understanding, he is able to provide consultative services to assist an owner in many areas of their business.

In his free time, Brad enjoys staying active. Whether it’s a round of golf, slapping the puck around the hockey rink or wakeboarding in Minnesota’s lakes, he is has a passion for sports. He is an avid sports fan and attends many sporting events throughout the year including Wild, Twins, Vikings and Gopher games. Brad also enjoys traveling with his family and spending countless hours on the lake when he’s home.

QUALIFICATIONS

Memberships

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants, Member
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants, Leadership Cabinet (2004)
Financial Executives International, Member
Entrepreneurs’ Organization, Member

Designations/Licensures

Certified Public Accountant

Education

Bachelor of Science, Accounting – Minnesota State University, Moorhead

KNOWLEDGE

Client Work

Specializes in providing income tax and accounting consulting to closely held businesses.

Specializes in providing businesses with succession planning.

Works with manufacturing companies to maximize the Research and Development tax credits.

COMMUNITY

Community Involvement

United Way, past board member
Previously involved with Knights of Columbus