“For me, personally, the most rewarding work I have been a part of during my career here at Blue has involved providing transactional support and succession planning to our clients for the companies that they have built over many years. Being able to step in as a trusted advisor is always a testament of the great service we strive to bring to our clients.”
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- JT Loughmiller
Blue & Co. Director, Business Valuation and Litigation
“I appreciate the willingness to get on the phone and discuss complex situations as they are happening. In this way, we have a good product and clean audit.”Cheryl Wathen
Deaconess Hospital, Inc.
“During my professional career, I have worked with other big accounting firms along with sole practitioners. Our organization switched to Blue & Co. last fall. In spite of being a first-year engagement, Kurt Beier, Gavin Fox, Mitch Parks, Erin Walsh, Paul Roth, Kristi Blausey, and Chris Reid provided us with the best service which I have ever received from any accounting firm.”Adam Scott
“They are very friendly, open, honest, and competent. One of the most important things for me is that they never make me feel as if I have a stupid question or should understand something. This is priceless.”Kim Bordenkircher
Henry County Hospital
“When you pick up the phone or email someone at Blue, if they are not available immediately, they get back with you very quickly. The people make the company, and Blue has a way of finding people that can relate to everyone. Blue is just an exceptional company and I am proud to have worked with them for the past 15 years.”Willie Cooper-Lohr
“Our direct contacts serve as trusted advisors, they know our business well and remain very accessible.”Tammy Anthony
“I suppose it is fair to comment that I worked with three firms before Blue & Co. that challenged my expectations. As far as accuracy, Blue is very detail oriented. I do not receive notices from the IRS requesting any forms that were missing or correcting the filed returns. As far as performance, our 2017 business and personal files were completed weeks early of deadlines. And as far as responsiveness, I’ve never waited more than 12 hours for a final answer.”Jason Greeson
Mainstay Manufacturing Solutions, Inc.
“Doug and Ann Marie have been very quick to respond and always provide whatever is needed quickly. Being new to this industry, it is great to have someone easy and quick to contact when needed.”Tim Johnson
Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity Inc.
“While cyber security is a service line that’s in high demand, one of the areas that I find most exciting and valuable to our clients is helping them move to the next generation of technology solutions they require as their business outgrows their current technology capabilities. Helping clients align their technology solutions with their business needs in the most cost-effective manner possible is one of the most exciting opportunities I see over the next few years. Helping clients understand the new technology delivery methods (e.g., cloud computing, blockchain, etc.) and how those delivery methods can reduce the cost/time spent on IT on a day-to-day basis is very fulfilling.”Tom Skoog
Blue & Co. Principal and IT Risk and Advisory Practice Leader
What kinds of companies need SOC reports? Organizations that provide the following types of services for customers/clients may benefit from a SOC examination and report to demonstrate to customers/clients the strength of their internal controls: Software as a Service Outsourced Transaction Processors (e.g., Payroll Processors, TPA’s) Professional Services with Access to Sensitive Client Data (e.g, […]
On April 4, CMS announced that for cost reporting periods beginning on or after October 1, 2019, providers must comply with a “longstanding” rule to claim reimbursement for crossover bad debts from the Medicare program. After this point, providers will be denied reimbursement for their crossover bad debts unless the underlying balances are logged to […]
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a memorandum, about changes to the Five-Star Rating system on Nursing Home Compare that will go into effect in April 2019. CMS has also revised and posted the Technical User’s Guide reflecting these changes. Important highlights of the changes are: CMS will end the survey freeze on […]