Bill joined Adams Brown in 1986. As a partner and office manager in the firm’s McPherson office, he specializes in providing tax, audit, and consulting services to small & large businesses. He serves clients in many industries, including agricultural, service, and manufacturing, to name a few. In addition, Bill is involved as a leader in the firm’s Employee Benefit plan audit group.
Bill enjoys consulting with a number of his clients regarding CFO services such as financial analysis, profitability management, business health evaluation, succession planning, estate planning, and strategic planning. He offers innovative solutions to undertake numerous business life issues and other financial, management, and operational challenges that arise.
Through a team approach, Bill has helped clients review their financial results to help ensure they are able to make good business decisions, as well as helping guide them to meet their personal financial goals. His primary goal is to help his clients control their businesses, rather than their businesses controlling their lives, while seeking to maximize his clients’ profitability and minimize their tax liabilities.
Bill loves his work. He strives to know his clients personally and enjoys every opportunity to help them determine, reach, and exceed their goals.
Bill resides in McPherson with his wife, Kim; they have three grown children. Bill considers McPherson a great city in which to live and enjoy life. Outside of the office, Bill enjoys snow skiing, golfing, traveling, watching University of Kansas basketball, and participating in anything involving his family and church.
Bill Glazner's Recent Articles
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
- Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (KSCPA)
McPherson Optimist Club
St. Joseph Catholic Church
Finance Committee Chair
Memorial Hospital in McPherson, KS
- Fort Hays State University
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (1985)