With roots that go back to 1953, LarsonAllen has been climbing
its way to the top of the accounting charts, slowly but surely.
LarsonAllen (which takes its name from John Allen and Rholan Larson
who met in 1946 during their junior years at the University of
Minnesota) has risen from a small, one-office firm to the 18th
largest accounting company in the nation by revenue, according to
Accounting Today's 2011 list of the top 100 accounting
Billing itself as "noticeably different" from the competition,
LarsonAllen is organized along industry and service lines,
providing services through something the firm calls "the primary
advisor relationship." In other words, LarsonAllen strives to be a
one-stop shop for assurance and accounting; tax, financial
services, and benefits; and consulting and advisory services.
Financial services-including planning, investment advisory, risk
management and insurance, fixed income management and
employee/executive compensation-are provided by LarsonAllen
Financial LLC, member NASD and FINRA.
Industry groups at LarsonAllen include agribusiness,
construction and real estate, dealerships, financial institutions,
health care, hospitality, manufacturing and distribution,
professional service organizations, nonprofit and government, and
trucking and transportation.
Today, the firm has approximately 1,000 professionals and 19