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  • MarksNelson Employees Knit For Wrapped In Warmth Campaign

    By MarksNelson on November 13, 2017
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    During their lunch break, a group of MarksNelson employees knitted hats and scarves for the homeless.
  • Newsmaker: MarksNelson’s Radetic Builds a Culture and Occasionally Busts a Move

    By MarksNelson on October 20, 2017
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    Since Mark Radetic joined accounting firm MarksNelson LLC in 2003, it has grown from 30 employees generating $3 million a year to a 160-person business generating $23 million. Radetic is managing partner of the Kansas City operation, helping it develop a reputation as a highly skilled, independent accounting firm serving middle-market entrepreneurs. He’s a 34-year industry veteran who helped MarksNelson implement a growth plan that would enable it to avoid getting gobbled up by larger competitors yet buy out a slew of older partners nearing retirement. And it’s working: The company grew more than 40 percent in 2016, with organic growth accounting for 22 percent and the acquisition of Marsh & Co. in Overland Park the rest.
  • Worried You Were Caught in the Equifax Breach? This is the Best Thing You Can Do

    By MarksNelson on September 25, 2017
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    Most people aren't thinking about filing next year's tax returns. But Matt Barberich isn't most people. He is feverishly warning his clients to file tax returns as soon as possible.
  • Ingram’s Best of Business 2017: All that Glitters

    By MarksNelson on August 17, 2017
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    When you stop to think about it, an awful lot of companies and organizations have been recognized as the best at what they do since Ingram’s first began asking readers for their thoughts—and votes—to determine this city’s best of everything, way back in 1986.
  • These KC Businesses Make the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies Ranking

    By MarksNelson on August 16, 2017
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    Forty Kansas City-area businesses made Inc. magazine's list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private U.S. companies. Although that's two fewer than last year, four metro businesses reported three-year revenue growth of more than 1,000 percent, landing them among the top 500 companies nationwide. In 2016, only one area company made the more exclusive Inc. 500 list.
  • MarksNelson Recognized for Community Service Commitment

    By MarksNelson on June 26, 2017
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    Demonstrating an ongoing commitment to our communities is a driving force among the growing Association for Accounting Marketing's membership, a trend that shows no sign of slowing down. So, to honor the firms that go above and beyond in their corporate philanthropic efforts, the Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM) presents the "We AAM to Serve" Award to salute the corporate social responsibility philosophy of firms that go above and beyond to make a difference in their communities.
  • 5 Steps to Handling Flood Recovery

    By MarksNelson on May 23, 2017
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    Responding to a major flooding event is a chaotic process. The emotional trauma of a flood, coupled with the incredible destruction it leaves behind, can be overwhelming for families, businesses, and communities. What you do immediately following a flood event is crucial to a successful recovery.
  • By the Numbers: Spotlight on Sarah Schiltz

    By MarksNelson on May 2, 2017
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    Sarah Schiltz took night classes to earn her master's degree in accounting. Recently named partner at MarksNelson, she is the youngest woman ever to be named to this role at the firm.
  • Monett Renews Contract for Economic Development

    By MarksNelson on April 24, 2017
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    The Monett City Council has renewed its contract with the Kansas City-based consulting firm MarksNelson, previously known as Community EDGE, for economic development services. MarksNelson works with the economic development partnership between the city, the Monett school district, the Chamber of Commerce, the Monett Industrial Development Corporation and the city’s Industrial Development Authority. The company was selected through the city seeking requests for proposals for economic development consulting.
  • Meet the 40 Under Forty 2017 Class

    By MarksNelson on April 13, 2017
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    Next year at this time, 40 Under Forty will turn 20, and by that time, Ingram’s will have identified 800 of the Kansas City region’s most promising young leaders, dating to that first class in 1998. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves: In this, the 19th installment of 40 Under Forty, we’re pleased to spotlight the achievements of many emerging leaders from a broad swath of industries in the Kansas City region.