Serving Southeastern Wisconsin Since 1935

Certified Public Accountants, Audit Specialists, Business Valuation Experts, Payroll Services, and Fraud Examiners

Providing you with extraordinary personal attention, loyalty, and dedicated service for all your finance needs. 

Gordon J. Maier & Company, LLP provides personalized service with one dedicated accountant servicing all your financial needs. So, you are never transferred around from one department to the next. Each accountant has their own unique certifications providing you with specialized service. At the same time, accountants are also cross-trained in different areas. Therefore, accountants can answer basic questions beyond their area of expertise. Through the support of a team of experts, your accountant will always find answers to your questions. 

Dedicated service is guaranteed with accountants usually providing a less than 24-hour response time, and flexible availability outside of regular business hours.

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Breaking News: Tax Cuts And Jobs Act

We are pleased to provide you with a direct link to the tax reform plan as the bill is written. Please feel free to read it here and contact us with any questions. 


We are pleased to announce the merger of Bittner’s Accounting and Tax Services to the full service team of Gordon J. Maier & Company, LLP effective February 28, 2017.  
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Helping you keep up-to-date with the changing tax laws.

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In the newest edition, we talk about Law Firm Support Services and Uniform Guidance.
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2018 Tax Deduction

The Internal Revenue Service advised tax professionals and taxpayers that pre-paying 2018 state and local real property taxes in 2017 may be tax deductible under certain circumstances.

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