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Steven Struck, CPA, MST, CSEP is a principal at Baker Holtz in Grand Rapids and carries the special distinction of being the only Mets fan currently living in the area. When he’s not busy signing autographs, his responsibilities at Baker Holtz include generating and implementing tax-saving ideas, advising clients on mergers and acquisitions and tax planning for businesses and their owners. Outside of work, Steve serves on the finance committee at Legacy Christian School and is the treasurer at his home church, Brookside Christian Reformed. Steve holds a B.S. in accounting from Calvin College and a master of science in taxation from Grand Valley State University.
February 13, 2015
Recently, we were privileged to listen to an hour-long presentation from a local representative from the Social Security agency. Many of us were astounded at the complexity of the rules and wowed at the knowledge possessed by our presenter. Read More
September 24, 2014
On Aug. 5, Michigan voters elected to repeal Michigan’s personal property tax, or PPT. What does this mean for Michigan businesses? Read More
June 20, 2014
Summertime is often a time when advisors relax, sit back and decelerate. This is a dangerous trap, as now is the best time to get out and visit clients. Advisors should be out talking to business owners and providing valuable input. Read More