3960 Howard Hughes Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89169
The Frazier & Deeter Las Vegas CPA and advisory practice offers a full suite of CPA and advisory services to a variety of industries including casino gaming, hospitality, technology, manufacturing and utilities.
Frazier & Deeter’s Las Vegas team has significant experience supporting the financial statement audit, estate and income tax planning for high net-worth individuals, transaction advisory, internal audit, regulatory compliance, cybersecurity, HITRUST, business tax, fiduciary tax plus other advisory needs that cover the span of clients from entrepreneurial startups to large global public companies. Our team includes experienced local CPAs and advisors born and raised in Nevada, combined with support from our national resources that provide the depth and breadth of experience as needed.
We are involved throughout the Las Vegas community and hold leadership positions in the local Las Vegas chapters of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Information Systems Audit & Control Association (ISACA), the Nevada Society of CPAs, Ronald McDonald House, the Southern Nevada Estate Planning Council (SNEPC) and The Junior League of Las Vegas.
As one of the largest CPA firms in the United States, we take pride in bringing our clients exceptional technical expertise backed by a devotion to exceeding client expectation. Our brand promise is Investing in Relationships to Make a Difference, and we focus on that goal every day.
Frazier & Deeter CPA supports public and private companies across the United States and around the globe with services ranging from PCAOB financial statement audits to protecting family and multiple generation’s wealth through estate planning.
Looking for a world-class CPA firm in Las Vegas? Give us a call today.
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