BerryDunn sees the forest and the trees, bringing deep insight to the complexities of today's business world.
"BerryDunn is committed to helping you gain control of the sophisticated and complex financial and operational issues affecting your business."
Due in part to the accelerating rise of global competition, New England’s commercial business sectors face unprecedented challenges in areas ranging from accounting, financing, and tax in order to remain successful.
At BerryDunn, we can help. The CPAs and other seasoned consultants in our Diversified Commercial Group are experts at dealing with the financial and operational challenges of many types of commercial businesses, from high technology and manufacturing to wholesale and retail distribution and hospitality. We bring the business acumen you need from your accountants. From multi-state tax strategies to complex capital transactions, we help you gain clarity — and a competitive edge.
Do you know the tax consequences associated with a recapitalization? Or the financial pros and cons of leasing, rather than owning, your equipment and facilities?
We do. BerryDunn’s middle-market commercial specialists help you analyze results and specifics of your business, identify important opportunities, and bring innovative and grounded solutions to potential risks and issues you face. You receive innovative, practical advice for strengthening controls, improving cash flow, and staying competitive with a leaner workforce.
Thanks to our industry focus, experience, and resources, BerryDunn helps you gain real insight — whether you are growing your business or planning an ownership change. We’ll also help you take advantage of the latest trends and developments, including opportunities to attract new sources of capital and reduce your tax liability.
Looking for more information about how we can help? Contact our diversified commercial industry practice leader, Chris Tyson.
By developing a clear plan, a family business makes a smooth transfer of ownership to the next generation.
The fiduciary of a Portland law firm’s 401(k) profit sharing plan was concerned that the plan was no longer up to date and might not be providing the best savings opportunities for the firm’s partners. BerryDunn’s Retirement Plan experts helped him determine the best course of action.
A benchmarking study and valuation help a company’s owners decide whether to sell or grow.
An IC-DISC offered an overall reduction of tax without placing undue burdens upon the company’s internal finance staff.
During the year of the change, the client’s owners received >$200,000 of previously remitted taxes. The client continues to defer tax under the cash method, which lowers annual taxes significantly from what they would have been without the method change.
A 401(k) sponsor needed to know—without taking on an expensive review-- if one of their two plans was being tested and operated correctly. BerryDunn’s Retirement Plan consultants reviewed a number of areas and made recommendations to get them back to firm footing.
A company discovered it has been a victim of wire transfer fraud. Berry Dunn’s data forensics team helped limit damages and figure out what went wrong.
The CEO of a commercial enterprise needed help improving the overall performance of her firm which had a number of different facilities and locations. Her management reports were unable to tell her which facilities were performing well or poorly, making it difficult to know where to take specific action.