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Isler CPA is an accounting and advisory firm serving businesses, individuals, community and public sectors across the Western United States. Located in Eugene, Oregon, our team has expertise in many accounting areas including: audit, review, compilation and financial statement preparation, tax preparation and planning, estate planning, forensic accounting and litigation support. Our experts also provide services specific to specialty industries including: manufacturing and distribution, construction, wholesale and retail, municipalities, financial institutions, nonprofit organizations and tribal organizations. When taking care of our customers’ tax needs, Isler CPA uses Ultratax and CS Accounting Professional Suite, ranked by Journal of Accountancy as the top tax software in the country. Isler CPA is a part of the RSM US Alliance, allowing full access to national and international resources for the highest level of accounting service. Find out more about our team and community involvement, or contact us to learn more about our services.
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“The Coquille Indian Tribe began working with Isler CPA in 1990 for audit services. Obviously, this relationship of over 20 years is evidence that the tribe has been extremely pleased with Isler CPA’s expertise and professionalism. Their staff knows the particular issues that affect Indian tribes and has a knack for explaining oftentimes complex financial concepts to non-financial folks.”
- Mark G.
CFO, Coquille Indian Tribe
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