Sales Tax rates are going up in the State of Utah effective April 1, 2019.
As a result of the Utah voter approved Proposition 3, the statewide sales tax rate will be raised from 4.7 to 4.85 percent.

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Richard K. Poulson

Richard Poulson

Richard is the kind of man everyone likes to have around.

He is totally committed to whatever he is doing whether it is working on a client’s estate plan, business valuations or vacationing with his family. His goal is to help you add value to your business. You can feel comfortable with the outcome of any project if Richard is involved. You know he will be honest, give the project the time it deserves, and you’ll always get the best he has to offer.

A Cache Valley implant from New Mexico, Richard has put down deep roots in Utah and loves all that the area has to offer. He especially likes working with the local agricultural crowd in Southern Idaho and Northern Utah. Whether you are raising beets or beef, milk or mares, potatoes or poultry, he knows how to maximize your profits and minimize your tax burden.

Richard also has clients in many other fields including manufacturing, retail, and service industries. Richard has developed a loyal following of clients who have benefited from his skills and devotion, many of whom would rather change religion than change their accountant.

Education:

  • Bachelor of Accounting – University of New Mexico

Certifications:

  • Certified Public Accountant – Utah – Idaho – New Mexico
 
Richard is the Management partner at Cook Martin Poulson. Most of his clients and co-workers call him Rich. Richard started here in 1994 as the 5th CPA. Now the company has grown to over 15 CPA’s. The firm was started by cousins Bruce & Dwight Cook who worked hard to build this firm. Richard, Troy & John have become partners in Cook Martin Poulson and want the business to focus on more than just accounting. They do whatever they can to help other businesses. Their mission statement is to make a difference in people’s lives.
 

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