It requires a diverse set of skills to own and successfully manage any enterprise in today’s world. That’s why so many business owners turn to Bill Meyer, a partner in the firm since 1995, for sound advice and guidance.
With a particular interest in closely-held, owner-managed companies, Bill serves clients in a broad range of industries as they launch, grow, maximize, invest and sell their businesses. He firmly believes the key to any client’s success is coordinating the financial, operational and tax components to achieve the ultimate goal of increasing the owner’s net worth. On a regular basis, he can be found assisting with matters such as financial reporting; forecasts and projections; cash management; financing; and business improvement. He provides services in the areas of accounting, assurance, tax planning, valuations and investment advice. With his background in both private business and public accounting, Bill is a trusted advisor when clients buy or sell their businesses, providing assistance throughout the process, including identification of possible buyers/sellers, due diligence, financial analysis, tax planning and deal structure.
Prior to joining Strothman and Company, Bill worked at the multinational professional services firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers for 13 years and served as the vice president of finance for a top-25 nursing home company.
Bill is a past president of the 5,000-member Kentucky Society of CPAs, he served as chairman of Family & Children’s Place, and is currently the president of the Cabbage Patch Settlement House.
Much like his combination of personal interests in running, skating, and Bible study, Bill’s approach to business advice is action-oriented as well as thoughtful. Clients say he provides the exact blend they need to succeed.