Katie A. Allender
600 Superior Avenue East, Suite 925
Cleveland, OH 44114
Katie is a manager in Assurance and Advisory Services where she focuses on serving clients in diverse industries, including manufacturing and professional services. Katie’s primary responsibilities include coordinating all aspects of the engagement, from the planning process to the issuance of the financial statement. Additionally, she works closely with staff executing, supervising and reviewing engagements. Katie also has experience in providing tax compliance services for closely-held businesses, and internal control and due diligence related consulting engagements.
Katie was with Libman, Goldstine, Kopperman & Wolf, Inc. for over thirteen years before joining BMF.
- Family-Owned Business
- Financial Institutions
- Retail & Consumer Products
- Professional Services
- Audit, Reviews & Compilations
- Agreed Upon Procedures
- Employee Benefit Plans
- Internal Audits
- Bachelor of Business Administration, Baldwin Wallace University
- Certified Public Accountant
Professional Service Memberships & Community Involvement
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), member
- Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA), member
- Vocational Guidance Services, board member
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Katie and her team are always responsive and efficient. We get great service.