KBL, LLP is a Certified Public Accounting and Business Advisory Services firm with a
primary focus on meeting the needs of emerging businesses nationally and globally.
KBL, LLP is a Certified Public Accounting and Business Advisory Services firm with a primary focus on meeting the needs of emerging businesses nationally and globally.
We have a multi-disciplined practice that cultivates an environment of strategic problem solvers and business innovators, always keeping you, our client, ahead of the curve.
Intimate knowledge of your business and vision enables us to deliver the most advanced solutions and strategies that will position your Company with a competitive edge. By consistently evaluating and monitoring your business objectives against the trends and conditions of the markets, we can see how best to align your vision in a landscape of constantly shifting and volatile legislative, business, and economic environments. The result of your investment in KBL as a trusted advisor ultimately positions you with the best in intellectual capital.
As accountants and advisors, we serve a diverse client base of privately and publicly held entities across the United States and the world. Working side by side with our clients, we create personalized approaches that are based on each client's unique goals, business culture, and dynamics. We then assemble the specific solutions, procedures and people necessary to assist our clients in achieving their objectives.
At KBL, our practice is focused on growing companies. Our mission is to help our clients navigate the opportunities and challenges they face to compete more effectively, enhance products and services, improve systems and procedures and, more importantly, achieve significant and sustained growth. In short, our personalized strategies support each client’s movement towards their business and financial goals.
In addition to being a peer reviewed firm, we are registered with and abide by the rules and regulations of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, a body created by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to focus on overseeing the auditors of publicly held companies.