Business Accounting Services by Industry
In almost 50 years of business accounting services, Brown Edwards has helped thousands of companies with financial management, tax preparation, and strategic planning. Our work with these businesses has allowed us to build technical skills, professional networks, and in-depth knowledge in specific industries. Many of our team members hold additional designations beyond being Certified Public Accountants, such as CCIFP (Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional), CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner), CVP (Certified Valuation Professional), and CFP (Certified Financial Planner).
We continually develop these capabilities by attending trade-shows, conferences, and continuing education programs to understand the full picture of what our clients face. Brown Edwards uses this knowledge to serve clients better with our business accounting services.
The American auto industry is in the midst of a fundamental redefinition of how cars are designed, built and sold. It is at precisely a time like this that your team needs the assurance and expertise of a firm who knows your business.Learn More
From financial planning and bonding to job costing and satisfying bank requirements, construction companies must manage operations in a way that protects cash flow and addresses ongoing needs.Learn More
Employee benefits are essential to attracting and retaining a skilled workforce. At the same time, your business must take the appropriate steps in employee benefits accounting.Learn More
From land owners with mineral reserves to mineral extraction companies and from coal, gas, and gravel businesses to distributors and end users: rely on our firm for your energy accounting needs.Learn More
Brown Edwards has a diverse group of healthcare services specialists who focus on challenges unique to the industry. Our commitment is demonstrated by our service to a multitude of healthcare organizations and medical/dental practices, both large and small.Learn More
Brown Edwards has experienced CPAs and business advisors who are knowledgeable in the economics, trends, regulations and operational procedures affecting nonprofit entities.Learn More