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We’re more than what you would expect from the typical accounting firm. We’re a trusted partner you can count on for advice. While we do provide traditional accounting and tax services, we also offer value-added business advisory services to clients.

Accounting & Attestation

Hands-on support and tailored management assistance.

Taxation

Tax expertise to find the right solution for your unique situation.

Consulting

Let our experts bring insight to your challenges.

Accounting Services

Keeping you on track with personalized, comprehensive solutions.

Business Valuation

Get a clear definition of the value of your business while working with specialists.

Information Technology

Experienced professionals guiding you through the technology maze.

Fraud Examination

Fraud in the workplace is more common than you think. We can help mitigate your risks.

Wealth Management

Access your own team of financial coaches and challengers.

“One of the things I like most about Landmark is that both of our companies share the same values of honesty and integrity. They take care of my business like they would their own, and I appreciate that.”

Keith Larkin, Medi-Sav Pharmacy

“Landmark has provided audit and payroll services for our company for the past several years.  Our industry is volatile and has experienced many ups and downs, and throughout it all, Landmark has applied appropriate sensitivity to our situation through fees and time spent on location, never sacrificing quality.”

Bill Hanna, Hanna Oil and Gas

“Landmark team members take a very active role in giving back to the local community, and contributing time in order to bring awareness to the various charitable needs in Arkansas.”

ASCPA

“If you’ve ever had a bad accountant, then you know how vital it is to have a good one. That’s why I came to Landmark 20 years ago and have been here ever since.”

Mike Hart, 5-Star Productions

Landmark News

Many Tax-Related Limits Affecting Businesses Increase for 2019

A variety of tax-related limits affecting businesses are annually indexed for inflation, and many have gone up for 2019. Here’s a look at some that may affect you and your business.

When Can You Deduct Uncollected Debt?

In certain situations, you can deduct bad debt on your federal income tax return to offset ordinary business income. This, in turn, could lower your business’ overall tax liability.

Could Your Business Benefit from the Tax Credit for Family and Medical Leave?

The new family and medical leave credit could be an attractive perk for your company’s employees. However, it can be expensive because it must be provided to all qualifying full-time employees.

What You Need to Know About Depreciation-Related Breaks on Business Real Estate

Special tax breaks that allow deductions to be taken more quickly are available for certain real estate investments. There are two breaks you might not be able to enjoy due to a drafting error in the TCJA.

Simplified Employee Pension: Still Time for 2018

If you own a business and don’t have a tax-advantaged retirement plan, it’s not too late to establish a Simplified Employee Pension and reduce your 2018 tax bill.

Landmark Hires for Fit as Tight Talent Pool Shrinks

One of the biggest challenges in the accounting industry is finding the right talent. In a tight talent pool, Landmark CPAs hires for fit to create future leaders of the firm.

Tax Incentives Through Qualified Opportunity Zones

You may have heard about many of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provisions in the news, however Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) have managed to stay out of the spotlight.

Lease or Buy Fixed Assets: Which is More Tax Efficient?

When deciding whether to lease or buy a fixed asset, there are a multitude of factors to consider, including tax implications.

Tax Credit Opportunity: Earn Credits for Hiring Certain Employees

Employers can earn a tax credit if they hire certain targeted groups who meet certain criteria under the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.

Beware the Ides of March — if you own a pass-through entity

The Ides of March, more commonly known as March 15, is the federal income tax filing deadline for “pass-through” entities.

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Rogers, Arkansas

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Little Rock, Arkansas

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Russellville, Arkansas

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