We don’t just serve clients – we build relationships. Since 1973, we’ve been building partnerships and friendships with those we serve. It is our commitment to relationships that has made us a true trusted advisor in the Triangle for over 40 years.
There’s a reason why our clients flock to us and stick around for decades. Our whole team is committed to customer satisfaction, day in and day out. In fact, our annual client survey shows a Net Promoter Score of 88, rivaling customer service giants like Amazon, Southwest Airlines, and Zappos. When you succeed, we succeed.
We believe in community. We volunteer as a team and sponsor organizations that do great work in our local community. We know that all worthwhile endeavors require contribution of our heads, our hands, and our hearts.
What makes Blackman & Sloop different from the traditional CPA firm? We look at things a little differently. Rather than only looking backward or analyzing the historical, we look future forward. We anticipate client needs, provide guidance to light the path of action, and give proactive insight to help our clients steer toward their ultimate goals.
Do you see a sun rising or setting? Whether you are just starting your business, in the midst of growing your enterprise, or are considering your long term transition strategies, our team is positioned to help. Our team can help you through today, and beyond tomorrow.
What do you dream about? What big things do you imagine for yourself, for your family, for your business, for your legacy? We believe our job is about a lot more than numbers. Rather, we pay attention to the dreams that are powered by the numbers. We view our role as instrumental in helping you achieve that thing you’ve been longing to accomplish. So let’s get started…
Blackman & Sloop has served the Triangle for over 40 years.
We believe in the value of relationships. Each client relationship is a partnership, and our success comes through your success.
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As summer comes to a close, we’d like to give you an update on what’s been happening in the Blackman & Sloop family. We had 6 new hires this summer: Jonathan Clark, Recruiting/Marketing Coordinator, started on May 23rd. In our audit department, we welcome Erin Moultin, Ryan Miller, and […]
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