Cedar Springs CPA, Tax and Accounting Services
BHT&D CPAs provides tax and accounting services in Cedar Springs, Michigan.
With offices centrally located in Saranac and Ada, Michigan, BHT&D CPAs regularly serves businesses and individuals in Cedar Springs, 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 Cedar Springs, Michigan:
Cedar Springs is a city north of Grand Rapids in Kent County in the state of Michigan. The population is about 3,500 according to the 2010 census.
Established as a lumber town in 1856, Cedar Springs has a good small retail business district and a growing industrial base, including Wolverine World Wide and various precision tool and die companies (source: Wikipedia).
(image of downtown Cedar Springs in 1885 courtesy of the Cedar Springs Museum)
Cedar Springs is home to the Red Flannel Festival, one of the oldest annual festivals in Michigan. Since 1939, the Red Flannel Festival is held on the first Saturday of October and has been a fun filled event for the whole family. Some of the popular activities include the Red Flannel Grand Parade all those dressed in red are welcome to participate in, the Red Flannel Queen Pageant, the Prince and Princess Contest, a carnival, arts and crafts fair and and many more.
Cedar Springs has good parks and trails for those who like the outdoors. Morley Park has a free summer concert series, occurring on the 3rd Thursday of June, July and August. The White Pine Trail goes through Cedar Springs and is great for bicyclists, joggers, walkers and rollerbladers. Snowmobilers may use some sections of the trail during the winter.