Springfield, MO – KPM CPAs & Advisors (KPM) is pleased to announce that shareholder Angie Patrick has been named a 2016 Springfield Business Journal (SBJ) ‘Trusted Adviser.’ This distinction is awarded to accountants, bankers, attorneys, insurance professionals, and wealth managers who have proven their role as a trusted adviser to their clients and who have an annual billing of at least $500,000.
“We are very fortunate to have Angie as one of the firm’s most experienced tax and accounting professionals. She serves clients with a helpful and determined attitude, focusing on providing sound advice to help them reach their goals. She also is very active in the community, serving in varied leadership roles, including her 19 years of past service to Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks, Inc. as a chairwoman and treasurer,” said KPM Managing Shareholder Jim Lewis. “Angie leads by example and truly illustrates what it means to be a trusted advisor,” he added.
Angie’s profile will be featured in an upcoming SBJ publication, and she, along with this year’s other honorees, will be recognized at the SBJ ‘Trusted Advisers’ luncheon event on September 16 at the DoubleTree Hotel.
“I am honored to receive recognition for my role as a trusted advisor to my clients and thankful for all the relationships I have built throughout my 27 year career,” stated Angie. “I feel privileged to work with amazing clients and serve such a dynamic community,’ she added.
About KPM CPAs & Advisors
since 1966, KPM has served a variety of industries and clientele, providing accounting, audit, tax, and consulting services to help their clients prosper. For years, KPM has held the position of second largest CPA firm in Southwest Missouri and was recently ranked one of the top 20 firms in the Midwest by Accounting Today and a top 300 firm by INSIDE Public Accounting. They are a member of The Leading Edge Alliance Global and have office locations in Springfield and Branson.