Whether your business is durable goods, food and beverage distribution, logistics or other distribution services, we have insight into your challenges and a track record for providing the solutions you need to achieve success. We understand what drives your business and the challenges you face, including evolving regulatory compliance, tax planning, and cybersecurity and data management.
You need more than a traditional CPA firm and we have the consultants to assist you in achieving your goals. Our service commitment goes far beyond simply meeting your audit and assurance needs. Our consultants will help guide your company through the shifting landscape of tax, safety and environmental regulations to achieve greater efficiency and quality control.
We work closely with you on cross-border transactional planning and management, inventory control, and logistics to help your distribution business operate at maximum efficiency.
Weaver's knowledge and experience spans many segments of the distribution industry including:
Weaver combines the personal attention of a small firm with the resources of large one. Our services include:
- Business process improvement
- Business structuring analysis
- Internal audit
- Internal controls audit
- International tax
- Inventory capitalization (full absorption) analysis
- Just-in-time inventory management
- Materials requirements planning
- Nexus study
- Profit contribution analysis
- Rate of return and capital expenditure analysis
- Research and development tax credit
- Sales tax refund review
- Risk assessment
- Valuation and due diligence
About Our Distribution Industry Segments
As your organization strives to add value to the business, your stakeholders and your customers, we focus on how to help you achieve those goals. Explore distribution industry segments we serve and how we help leaders manage compliance, prepare for market fluctuations, maximize profits and improve business processes.
Both “essential” and “non-essential” businesses are experiencing the impact of COVID-19 on their operations and bottom line. Business owners are looking to their commercial property insurance policy as a means of minimizing or recovering revenue shortfalls by filing COVID business interruption insurance claims, construction claims and other property damage claims related to the pandemic. Read More
Importers suffering “significant financial hardship” related to COVID-19 have an extra 90 days to pay tariffs. The U.S. Treasury Department and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a joint temporary final rule detailing a 90-day deferment on the payment of duties, taxes and fees for certain goods imported, or withdrawn from a warehouse, in March or April 2020. Read More
On this episode of Weaver's Beyond the Numbers podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Jody Allred, Partner-in-Charge for Large Market Manufacturing and Distribution and Technology Services, and Kurtis Dixon, Partner in Tax Services to discuss critical issues facing manufacturing industry leaders who are seeking guidance on handling the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Read More