With ties that reach back 35 years, Swick & Associates has been serving businesses in the Denver metro area and Summit County with superior service and personalized attention. We specialize in working with small to medium size companies that can benefit from our collaborative philosophy. While we have a concentration of clients in the restaurant industry that has made us a leading authority in this service niche, we also work with a wide variety of businesses in the manufacturing, service, retail and wholesale segments.
It’s our goal to empower our clients with the information and skills needed to manage their business and financial affairs with confidence. As a Next Generation Accounting Firm™, we are dedicated to using technology to improve the services we deliver. We employ SaaS-based innovations, integrated software, and other technologies to support real-time information sharing with our clients.
But it’s not just about the services we provide. We recognize the value of a personal, hands-on approach to doing business and earning clients for life. At Swick & Associates, we are committed to carrying out our services with integrity, excellence, and respect for others. Our dedication and client support is beyond compare, always putting your best interests at the forefront.
Put your focus back on your business by handing your accounting work over to our firm. When you outsource your accounting function to us, you get a team of professionals working for you. We handle your complex tax and accounting work while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
"Swick and Associates came to our rescue on behalf of troubled client back in 2008. They provided immediate services that took our client out of a very precarious position and we’ve been grateful ever since. As a result..."
"We have been a client for almost 10 years. We have enjoyed a great relationship with Swick & Associates. I absolutely love working with their team. They are responsive, professional..."
"Eric and his staff have become my 'go-to-people' in regard to keeping my corporation and personal investments in compliance with city, state, and federal taxing authorities. They are very knowledgeable, up-to-date, ..."
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