Hospitality Industry Accounting


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Your guests always come first. As they should. But running a successful organization also means paying attention to the bottom line.

Our dedicated hospitality audit, tax, and consulting professionals offer a full range of solutions, each designed to help you sustain and improve business performance. With a growing roster of over 200 restaurants, hotels, resorts, and sports teams, we go beyond traditional accounting services, providing you with personal attention and a truly consultative approach tailored to meet your needs. Each of our engagements is led by a senior-level professional, and you’ll benefit from a close working relationship with that person. He or she will already have a deep understanding of the industry and the challenges your business faces—and the opportunities it can leverage.

In addition to providing traditional tax and assurance services, we frequently consult on private equity needs, whether your business is already backed or is seeking funds to help scale your concept. We also provide due diligence, prorations, and debt restructuring consulting for your property acquisitions and sales as well as cost segregation studies to help you defray tax costs by accelerating depreciation.

Leveraging our fraud-prevention knowledge and experience in hospitality operations, we can also help you analyze and tighten your internal controls, including point-of-sale, cash receipt, and food and beverage inventory controls, to help you reduce fraud risk and increase profits.

COVID-19 Implications

During this unparalleled time, we’re closely monitoring circumstances so we can provide up-to-date guidance and support to help you combat uncertainty. You can also visit our dedicated web page detailing additional COVID-19 implications for you and your business.

Please reach out to your Moss Adams professional with any questions you might have, or you can also ask questions here.


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