Stephen A. Reed Named IBCC "Entrepreneur of the Year"
Thomas & Reed, LLC is an Indianapolis, Indiana based firm, founded in 2004. Stephen A. Reed, CPA, MBA is the President/CEO and one of the firms’ founding members. Our team of experts has hundreds-of-years of combined experience successfully providing services in the public and private sectors in the areas of accounting, auditing, controllership, tax preparation and advice, staffing, consulting, construction accounting, and project management support. Our value-added approach stresses long-term customer relationships, a quick response to rapidly changing environments, and on-time/on-budget delivery of services. We are dedicated to quality and committed to excellence which has earned us a reputation for excellent customer satisfaction while contributing to their success.
In 2019, we acquired Blue River Medicar, a non-emergency medical transportation company, and a small construction company allowing us to expand our capabilities to include logistics, call center, Medicaid and Medicare billing, IT services, and concrete services.
T&R CPA Services
- Accounting and Controllership
- Auditing, Audit Rediness, & Compliance Reviews
- Tax Preparation & Advisement Services
- Staffing and Temporary Help
- Payroll Services
- Wealth Management & Advisement
- Administrative Management & General Management Consulting Services
- Applicable NAICS Codes
- Contracting Vehicles & Certifications
- Client List
- Past Performance Experiences
T&R Logistics & Technology
- Non-Emergency Medical Transportation
- Call Center & Answering Services
- Billing, Medicaid/Medicare Billing
- IT Services
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