CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
& BUSINESS ADVISORS
JOSEPH M. MEIER, CPA, CGMA | SUPERVISOR
301 E. Elm Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Phone: (812) 981-3449
Fax: (812) 949-4095
Joe Meier entered public accounting after a successful career in the wireless telephone industry assisting start-up companies in operational management in advance of initial public offerings.
Joe has experience in both tax and attest service including not-for-profit entities. He specializes in complex multi-state tax filings for all entity types with a focus on manufacturing / distribution and transportation industries. Additional experience and areas of expertise includes; International to US GAAP financial statement conversion, rental real estate tax implications, cost segregation studies, and closely held service companies.
Joe is a resident of Floyds Knobs, Indiana, married to Kari L. Meier, Ph.D., and has two children. He is an active member of St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic Church. Joe volunteers his time and effort to Floyds Knobs Community Club Baseball and Softball, Floyds Knobs Mini-League Basketball, St. Mary of the Knobs Athletics, Highlander Youth Football, HYR Baseball, Riverside Aquatics Club, Flyers Baseball Club, Rawlings Tigers Baseball Club, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, Cub Scouts – Troop 4067, and Boy Scouts – Troop 4617.
AFFILIATIONS & INVOLVEMENT
• B.S., Business Administration and Accounting, University of Louisville (Magna Cum Laude)
• American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Member
• Cub Scouts – Troop 4067; Past Board Member
• Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants; Member
• St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic Church – Finance Commission; Board Member
• Business Valuations
• Construction Services
• Consulting Services
• Employee Benefit Plans
• Estates & Trusts
• Small Business Solutions
• Tax Compliance
• QuickBooks Assistance
• Cost Segregation
• Not for Profit
• Small Business
• Financial Institutions
• Broker Dealers
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