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About BerganKDV

About BerganKDV

BerganKDV was formed when three successful firms merged – Bergan Paulsen, Networking Solutions and KDV. Combined, our roots trace all the way back to the 1940s.

From our humble beginnings as trusted business advisory firms, we have expanded and adapted to now offer business planning and consulting, tax, audit and accounting, technology and wealth management services throughout the Midwest.

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Better Together

When like-minded business advisory firms in the Midwest came together to form BerganKDV, our mission was simple – create a business, technology and financial advisory firm where relationships are the foundation for everything we do.

Our People

Our people are at the heart of BerganKDV. We may be biased, but we think they are pretty great. They are passionate professionals who, among other things, are: community stewards, football fans, and family-focused. In other words, they’re real. This translates into genuine relationships with our clients, focused on helping them meet their personal and professional goals.

From Our Blog
The Increasing Need for Compliance February 8, 2016 by BerganKDV Team
The Increasing Need for Compliance
States have recently been enforcing unclaimed property laws more strictly. Audits have expanded to even $100M companies, and can go back 20 years or more.
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Enhanced Deduction for Contributions of Food Inventory February 1, 2016 by BerganKDV Team
Enhanced Deduction for Contributions of Food Inventory
When ordinary income property such as inventory is given to charity, the deduction is generally limited to the taxpayer’s basis in the property. However, a special rule applies to several categories of inventory, including contribution of food inventory by a business.
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Form 1023-EZ Is Too Easy January 27, 2016 by BerganKDV Team
Form 1023-EZ Is Too Easy
The National Taxpayer Advocate recently released a report to Congress indicating that the new Form appears to have significant problems and that the IRS went too far in reducing the amount of information required from an organization seeking tax-exempt status.
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New Tax Laws for 2016: What You Need to Know January 24, 2016 by BerganKDV Team
New Tax Laws for 2016: What You Need to Know
The Finance Committee, House Ways and Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee came to an agreement and the Senate and President are expected to sign the bill by the end of the week. Here are some of the highlights that may affect you directly:
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