Consumer products companies face challenges on nearly every front, as tastes shift, sales platforms evolve and supply chains grow more complex. Friedman will help you navigate this changing landscape through premier accounting, tax and consulting services.
Your Friedman team is dedicated to helping you minimize tax liabilities, maximize operating efficiencies, and ensure compliance with state nexus requirements—while still pursuing growth. Many of our advisors have worked for consumer products businesses in a variety of roles; they understand your unique challenges and apply expertise, insights and know-how to address your particular needs.
Friedman advises manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers in these segments:
What makes us top-shelf?
Deep roots. Since 1924, Friedman has provided consumer products clients with comprehensive accounting, tax and consulting services. Our history of innovation, combined with industry leadership and longstanding client relationships, underscores our commitment to excellence.
Highly personalized service. We offer one of the highest partner-to-staff ratios in the industry. Our people truly care about your business and work hard to help you succeed.
Extensive network. If and when needs arise, Friedman can connect your business with banks, factors, consultants, third party logistics companies, attorneys and software solutions advisors within our trusted network.
Research, insights and resources. We provide thought leadership in taxation, accounting and consulting through alerts, newsletters, webinars and research studies to inform your financial decision-making.
Build strong financial performance throughout your business and its supply chain – connect with a member of the Consumer Products Services team, or contact us.
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