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Clark Nuber is the sixth largest accounting firm in the Puget Sound region and was named one of the Top 100 accounting firms in the United States by Accounting Today and Inside Public Accounting. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, we are an award-winning CPA and consulting firm that has been in business for more than six decades. With nearly 200 people, we serve a broad range of clients with operations throughout the world including not-for-profit and public sector organizations, privately held and family businesses, angel and venture-backed companies, public companies, foundations, and high net worth individuals and their families. Our services include financial statement audits, internal audit support, risk management, internal control systems, indirect cost rate, merger and acquisition, federal, state and local, and international tax planning and compliance; CFO/Controller/accounting services, and specialty audits, including retirement plans and government grants, and customized consulting and advisory services.

Serving the community in which we live and work is integral to our culture at Clark Nuber. In fact, one of the objectives in our strategic plan is “support and care” for the community. Our employees are involved in nearly 70 charitable and community organizations, including serving on over 50 boards. The Puget Sound Business Journal recently named Clark Nuber, for the third time, one of the Top 75 Corporate Philanthropists in the state.

Clark Nuber staff gathers at Day of Caring event.

From Clark Nuber:

“Sound Mental Health has a long tradition of successful financial audits.  For the past ten years, they have always had an unmodified or ‘clean’ opinion in their audits and never had management comments that rose to the level of material weaknesses or significant deficiencies.  In addition, they are considered a low risk auditee by the Federal Government for the compliance audits for their federal funding.  Their accounting team is always well prepared and there have not been any material audit adjustments proposed over the prior ten year span.” –Rhona Kwiram, Shareholder, Audit & Accounting

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