Rapid City, SD Phone: 605-348-1930 Gillette, WY Phone: 307-682-4795
Casey Peterson and Associates, LTD., South Dakota and Wyoming CPAs and financial advisors, is a full service accounting firm dedicated to satisfying the needs of individuals and businesses in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Northeastern Wyoming. In November of 2012, we celebrated our 35th year, marking a period of remarkable growth and inevitable change.
Our expertise as a firm of South Dakota and Wyoming focused CPAs and financial advisors is designed to make the lives of our clients simpler, easier, and more successful. The services of our Gillette and Rapid City accounting firms currently meet the needs of the following industries:
At Casey Peterson and Associates, we pride ourselves on the long-lasting management and advice that continues to provide for this region's businesses and individuals. Our regionally-focused South Dakota and Wyoming CPAs serve as leaders in each individual industry of specialization.
Our greatest strengths lie in overcoming the challenges presented by a dynamic market. As Casey Peterson and Associates has watched its clients evolve with the developing community, a similar transformation has taken place within its very own personnel and physical workspace. Time and progress has populated our workforce to nearly fifty employees and two locations. Our expansion as a company has taken our services to a second office of CPAs in Gillette, Wyoming, and spread the Casey Peterson and Associates reputation into the farthest reaches of the region.
In addition, the 2011 relocation of our Rapid City accounting firm from its original downtown office space to the first floor of the Turnac Tower is a prime indicator of our growth and accomplishments. We invite you to stop in at our new home and sample the refinement of our state-of-the-art surroundings.
Time has strengthened the steadfast link between our mission as South Dakota and Wyoming CPAs and Financial Advisors and the dynamic worlds of the industries we serve.Contact Us Today! Submit an RFP
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Deidre Budahl, CPA, M.B.A.
IRS can assess gift taxes at any time. The Service generally has three years after the Form 709 is filed to come after the donor for additional gift taxes.