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“Most middle-market companies do not have the luxury of staffing a full complement of experts, so that allows us the opportunity to be a resource. It’s much more relational than transactional.”

Michael Veuleman, CPA

Shareholder, Practice Leader, Audit

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Michael, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 23 years. I have 27 years* of experience in accounting. I love serving privately held and private-equity backed companies in various industries, including: Manufacturing and Distribution, Agribusiness, Professional Services, and City and Country Clubs. Much of my time is spent focusing on their employee benefit plan audits, external audits of financial statements, and developing audit strategies.

As a member of the PKF Texas team, I appreciate my clients by delivering more than just an audit report.

When I’m not at work, you can find me catching up on sleep, watching recorded shows, completing honey-do's, and hanging out with my wife and daughters.

“Most middle-market companies do not have the luxury of staffing a full complement of experts, so that allows us the opportunity to be a resource. It’s much more relational than transactional.”

Michael Veuleman, CPA

Shareholder, Practice Leader, Audit

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Michael, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 23 years. I have 27 years* of experience in accounting. I love serving privately held and private-equity backed companies in various industries, including: Manufacturing and Distribution, Agribusiness, Professional Services, and City and Country Clubs. Much of my time is spent focusing on their employee benefit plan audits, external audits of financial statements, and developing audit strategies.

As a member of the PKF Texas team, I appreciate my clients by delivering more than just an audit report.

When I’m not at work, you can find me catching up on sleep, watching recorded shows, completing honey-do's, and hanging out with my wife and daughters.

What does “Appreciating Your Business” mean to you?

To me, appreciating your business. Is being involved and aware enough in their business to be able to be a resource to supply the help they need for growth. We appreciate their business.

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