Who We Are
Freeman & Associates PSCis a local accounting, tax, and consulting firm with offices in Norton Commons in eastern Jefferson County, KY. The majority of our clients are headquartered in Southern Indiana and Metro Louisville, Kentucky.
Our firm’s mission is to help our clients, our people, and the firm be more successful. Freeman & Associates PSC. has a passion for meeting the specific needs of our clients. We separate our firm from our competitors by providing our clients with high-quality services and keeping in touch with our clients on a regular basis. We are accessible to our clients when they need us and we are truly interested in helping them succeed!
J. Stephen Freeman CPA has over 37 years of extensive accounting and tax experience. A 1975 graduate of the University of Kentucky, Steve was the partner in charge of the tax department of a regional accounting firm in western Kentucky prior to coming to Louisville in 1986. He has been a member of the AICPA and the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants since 1977.
We measure our commitment to quality and value-added services by our clients’ satisfaction, our employees’ loyalty, our community recognition, and our desire for profitable growth in the future.
Adding value to the services we provide is our most important goal – a goal that we instill in all of our professionals. Our professionals are known and respected for their competence, dependability, and ability to exceed client expectations.
The clients we serve are as diverse in size and location as they are in product and service, ranging from small proprietorships to large corporate enterprises. We serve clients in nearly every major industry group, providing accounting, tax, and consulting services to businesses in the wholesale, retail, transportation, communications, service and non-profit industries.
To ensure continued quality in our accounting and auditing services, we participate in the AICPA’s peer review program which helps to monitor a CPA firm’s accounting and auditing practice (practice monitoring). The goal of the practice monitoring, and the program itself, is to promote quality in the accounting and auditing services provided by the AICPA members and their CPA firms.
As a condition of membership, firms must participate in a demanding quality control program that includes peer review of their accounting and auditing practice every three years by specially trained outside CPAs. Our most recent reports issued by these CPAs were unqualified; meaning quality in our accounting and auditing services met or exceeded professional standards.