A top accounting firm and respected business advisor.

We are MPS|CPA. A respected partner to more than 2,500 companies, we serve as CPAs and personal and business advisors to companies in a host of businesses such as manufacturing, construction, retail, service providers, non-profits, and more. Our ultimate goal is to help you prepare for trends that will impact your earnings and tax position so that you can remain viable and strong.


“Because MPS focuses on education, both for their staff and clients, I feel I am provided with the most up-to-date information regarding tax changes and market trends. This is a tremendous aid in both budgeting and forecasting. I can be confident my every question will be answered immediately and accurately with a focus on my individual needs.”
Linda Jacobs
“When we were a small company they did a great analysis of my business and what we needed to do as a company. They were very thorough. I followed that direction and it was right on target. The business exploded. I only have to worry about making windows. They’ve been there to help me grow to where we are today. “
Art Strauss, President, Midway Window and Door
“I was about to start a business in 1985, and had written a business plan that I was really proud of. The only two people that were willing to read my entire plan were my father-in-law and Ed Mulcahy. MPS has been with me every step of the way since, and they helped as my business grew to multiple businesses, a significant amount of real estate, with steadily increasing sales. My trust in and respect for MPS has only increased over the years, and I know they will always be there for me and my family when we need them.”
Vic Sharp, President, Quality Snack Foods

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Prepaid Tuition vs. College Savings: Which Type of 529 Plan is Better?

529 plans offer a tax-advantaged way to fund college. With a prepaid tuition plan, tuition is guaranteed regardless of its cost when the child attends the school. But which 529 plan is right for you? This blog post breaks down the differences between the plans and how they can help you pay for college expenses.

Documentation is the Key to Business Expense Deductions

If you have incomplete or missing records and get audited by the IRS, your business will likely lose out on valuable deductions. This blog post discusses two recent U.S. Tax Court cases where incomplete or destroyed documentation impacted a business, and explains how to keep your business covered when it comes to documentation.

The Tax Impact of Investor vs. Trader Status

If you make short-term investments, whether you’re considered a trader can impact your tax bill. Unlike investors, traders can deduct investment-related expenses without itemizing and for both regular and alternative minimum tax purposes. Learn more about what qualifies you for trader status in this blog post.