Lowell CPA, Tax and Accounting Services
BHT&D CPAs provides tax and accounting services in Lowell, Michigan.
With offices centrally located in Saranac and Ada, Michigan, BHT&D CPAs regularly serves businesses and individuals in Lowell, Michigan and surrounding areas.
Services provided include:
- Comprehensive Accounting and Auditing Services
- Tax Planning and Preparation
- Payroll Services
- Management Advisory Services
- Financial Planning Service
While providing traditional accounting services, we go beyond that by discovering our clients’ needs and then exceeding their expectations.
Each shareholder and associate share the same commitment to the Firm’s philosophy:
Give each client personal attention and spend the time needed
to completely understand their circumstances.
Contact us today to determine the best path for you.
About Lowell, Michigan:
From the Lowell Area of Commerce: “Lowell is seeing a resurgence in its retail segment both in the Historic District and on its western boundary.
A growing population with an interest in history and a return to more local shopping is having a positive impact. You will find a wide range of professional and medical services available.
Lowell is home to industries that combine to provide excellent job opportunities and a strong economy. A weekly newspaper, shoppers guide, and public access on cable TV provide communications to the community.” (Learn more: City of Lowell, Michigan)
History – “In 1932 the people of Lowell, led by the Lowell Board of Trade and the American Legion, conceived an annual project which would lift the hearts of the people through the Great Depression and would become a true community event, drawing many groups together in a mutual effort and attracting statewide attention.This was the Lowell Showboat, a local talent show, unique in its format. Staged on a riverboat, with the islands and town providing an appropriate setting, music, dancing and the minstrel shows started a long Lowell tradition. The first performance was on August 10, 1932 and it was estimated that 7000 people attended the four night shows. The first Showboat was called the George Washington and was constructed on empty oil barrels. It was about sixty feet long, carried one deck and pilot house and two smoke stacks, and it was powered by outboard motors.”
The Showboat has been rebuilt and modified several times over its long history due to the need for more space for entertainment(including many television stars and notable musicians) and severe storm damage. The community continues to be committed preserving this rich piece of history. (Source: Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce).
Currently – The Robert E Lee, constructed by Lowell Contractor Ivan Blough, currently floats in her berth on the Flat River as a host to the Annual Lowell Showboat Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series. The concert series, produced by the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce and the Lowell Area Arts Council, is held every Thursday evening on the Riverwalk Plaza beginning in June and running through the mid-August. The Showboat is the backdrop for many other activities throughout the year. "It is our goal that Showboat continues to be an attraction and that it will remain vital and active in our community. The Showboat’s rightful place is in our community, attracting people to shop and play in Lowell." (Follow this link for more on the Showboat's colorful history: Lowell Showboat)
Lowell City Tax and Utility Information:
The City of Lowell does not assess income taxes, but collects Kent County property tax for Lowell residents.