CliftonLarsonAllen and Jenkins & Vojtisek Combine

CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA), ranked as one of the nation's top ten certified public accounting and consulting firms, announced on January 2, 2013, that Jenkins & Vojtisek SC, a certified public accounting firm based in Racine, Wisconsin, has combined with CLA effective January 1, 2013.

"Jenkins & Vojtisek has garnered a strong reputation in the Racine and Kenosha business communities for many years as a result of providing exceptional service to their clients," said CLA Managing Partner for Wisconsin Mark Williams, CPA. "We are very pleased about this opportunity to expand CLA's services in Southeastern Wisconsin."
 
Seventeen Jenkins & Vojtisek professionals, including partners Steve Jenkins, CPA, and Rick Vojtisek, CPA, will join CLA and remain in their current Racine location. Jenkins has worked with commercial entities since 1985, including local small businesses and Fortune 500 companies throughout North America. He works closely with business clients on tax planning, strategic decision making, budgeting, and accounting system issues. Vojtisek has more than fifteen years of public accounting experience, specializing in accounting, audit, and tax needs for closely held businesses and nonprofit organizations. He also serves as a contract CFO to a wide range of companies in the region.
 
"We built Jenkins & Vojtisek on the principles of professionalism, responsiveness, and quality," said Jenkins. "CliftonLarsonAllen practices the same values and dedication to ensuring the success of their clients and their employees. We're very enthusiastic about joining an organization that so closely aligns with our own."
 
"The Racine combination represents a perfect fit for CLA," Williams said. "Jenkins & Vojtisek's commitment to the community and business solutions for its clients match CLA's culture and mission perfectly. The blend of expertise across both firms allows us to continue to expand our capabilities and deliver maximum impact in helping our clients succeed."
 
SOURCE: CliftonLarsonAllen Press Release
 

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