Ketel Thorstenson, LLP and Campbell, Burkart & Sage Merge to Expand Service Offerings
Campbell, Burkart & Sage, CPA’s, PC and Ketel Thorstenson, LLP (KTLLP) both in Rapid City, SD are pleased to announce a merger, which will take effect on November 1, 2019. The combined firm will operate as Ketel Thorstenson, LLP.
This merger will provide clients with a wider array of services through more depth of expertise. The firm’s services include: audit and review services, tax planning and return preparation, bookkeeping, QuickBooks, payroll, business valuation and projections, litigation support services, fraud support services, business consulting, gift and estate planning, and more.
Campbell, Burkart & Sage, CPA’s, PC has been serving hundreds of individuals and businesses in the Rapid City area since 1983. Ken Campbell, John Burkart, and Naomi Sage will join the KTLLP team, and will continue serving clients. Ketel Thorstenson, LLP began its professional practice in Rapid City in 1936. The firm has grown by merger or acquisition with over 12 smaller practices in the Black Hills region since that time, and currently has over 100 employees and 19 partners.
“This merger gives our clients a wider array of services, we look forward to continuing to serve them in this expanded capacity” said Ken Campbell, former owner of Campbell, Burkart & Sage, CPA’s, PC and now director with KTLLP.
“Campbell, Burkart & Sage, CPA’s, PC shares the same values we do. We both have a proud tradition of excellent service and a friendly client environment,” said Denise Webster, Managing Partner with KTLLP.
Campbell, Burkart & Sage, CPA’s, PC will move to the KTLLP Rapid City office at 810 Quincy St., 605-342-5630. KTLLP also has offices in Custer and Spearfish, South Dakota, and Gillette, Wyoming.
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