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Faces of Public Accounting: ACM

The firm takes a proactive approach to business solutions


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From left: Jessica Friedly, Employee Benefit Plan Director; Sean McDonald, Assurance Partner; Lisa Cai, Senior Tax Manager; Rosie Sanchez, Assurance Manager; David Shellan, Tax Partner

Faces of Public Accounting: ACM

ACM is a locally owned, full-service public accounting firm headquartered in Denver with offices in Northern Colorado, Boulder and Laramie, Wyoming. ACM provides audit, tax and consulting services to the Rocky Mountain Region’s entrepreneurial and middle market companies along with their owners, as well as public sector and philanthropic organizations.

ACM clients appreciate a proactive approach to solving business issues and adding value, while improving operations. ACM understands that to be successful, it must be people-centric both internally and externally. ACM places a high value on corporate responsibility, putting its financial resources behind its human resources to make communities stronger.

Community involvement program is a source of inspiration and motivation for the ACM team. Employees are encouraged to participate in company-wide community volunteer programs as well as pursue their own individual causes.

By combining a spirit of volunteerism, specialized skills and economic resources, ACM makes a difference in the community, supporting more than 50 organizations each year – causes that leadership and staff are passionate about.

The firm actively contributes time and resources to its communities "because together, we all become better."

For more information, go to acmllp.com.

(This sponsored content was provided by ACM.)

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