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Rob Yeend, CPA

Rob's Recent Articles

Should You Consider a Roth Conversion?

The idea of paying taxes on retirement savings sooner rather than later might seem like an ill-advised idea (who knows what the future’s tax …

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How the CARES Act Changed the Rules for 401(k) Withdrawals

Retirement savings plans like 401(k)s are typically difficult to withdraw before age 59.5, and if you do manage to get at your savings early …

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What We Know About the Payroll Tax Deferral Program Based on Guidance from the IRS

In August President Trump issued an Executive Order to create a temporary deferral of payroll taxes beginning September 1, 2020 through Dece …

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Rob Yeend, CPA

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Phone: 317-398-9753 Ext. 109

Fax: 317-392-4790

Rob is a CPA and has been in public accounting since 1993 after graduating from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. Rob became co-owner of the firm in 2003. Rob provides services to many types of industries; including, manufacturing, trucking, construction, service, and retail. Rob enjoys working with his client’s one on one and giving them the special attention they deserve. Rob brings a host of skills to the firm that is beneficial to our individual and business clients. These include business planning, budgeting, financial services, income tax planning, and estate tax planning.

Rob is married to Joanna and they have three children, Lauren, Nick, and Zack. He grew up in a small town and graduated from Waldron High School. He enjoys spending time with family, boating, sports and church activities.

Rob is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana Association of Certified Public Accountants. Rob is a member and treasurer of the Blue Ridge Christian Union Church, treasurer for Marietta Volunteer Fire Department and is treasurer for the Blue River Community Foundation. Rob has been involved with many youth sports programs within the community.

Rob's Recent Articles

Should You Consider a Roth Conversion?

The idea of paying taxes on retirement savings sooner rather than later might seem like an ill-advised idea (who knows what the future’s tax …

Read More

How the CARES Act Changed the Rules for 401(k) Withdrawals

Retirement savings plans like 401(k)s are typically difficult to withdraw before age 59.5, and if you do manage to get at your savings early …

Read More

What We Know About the Payroll Tax Deferral Program Based on Guidance from the IRS

In August President Trump issued an Executive Order to create a temporary deferral of payroll taxes beginning September 1, 2020 through Dece …

Read More

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