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Luke Gheen

6 Podcast Episodes

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Episode 34: Luke Gheen on Dental Practice Accounting

The Dental Brief

Luke returns for a 3rd appearance on the Dental Brief! We are thrilled to have him back on our show. Luke is the founder of Gheen & Co., CPA, LLC based in Colorado Springs, CO. He works nationally as well. Luke talks to our listeners on the importance of having the right accountant for your practice and what are some red flags and myths you should be aware of.

14mins

4 Jan 2021

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Episode 14: Luke Gheen on Ways to Manage Tax Planning in a Practice

The Dental Brief

In this episode, Luke Gheen shares his expertise on effective ways for dental practices to manage their tax planning. Luke is the Founder of Gheen & Co and comes from an extensive background in accounting and corporate finance. He dives right in to tell us the top tax debt and planning myths that exist and how he deals with client’s unanswered questions concerning their tax needs. With any consultation, you will receive a free copy of Luke’s book, “Writeoffs to the Rescue!” The book includes helpful ways on how to reduce your taxes. 

13mins

15 Oct 2020

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Episode 9: Luke Gheen on Payroll Taxes in a Practice

The Dental Brief

Luke is a long-time resident of Colorado with extensive corporate finance and accounting experience. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado in 1999, and received his MBA from the University of Colorado in 2007.Luke started Gheen & Co., CPA in 2010 to help dentists simplify their accounting and tax ecosystem, save substantial money in tax, and grow their practice. Luke is the founder of Gheen & Co., CPA, LLC is uniquely positioned to address the dental practice accounting and consulting needs of dentists and oral healthcare businesses. 

10mins

3 Sep 2020

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065: Luke Gheen: Building a Practice From Scratch

Accounting Marketing Doesn't Suck

Would you leave a safe and comfortable controller position at a large company to start your own CPA firm? That’s what Luke Gheen, founder of Gheen & Co. in Colorado Springs, did – in his early 30s and without any public accounting experience. In this episode of Accounting Marketing Doesn’t Suck, Hugh Duffy talks with Luke about his decision to strike out on his own, the challenges he faced and how he landed many of his clients because of unsatisfactory service. “There is a such a need in the accounting industry,” he says. “A large majority of clients are coming from a place where they’ve been vastly ignored and marginalized.” Tune in to listen to Luke talk about how marketing played a role in building his firm from the very beginning, why change continues to be a constant driver in managing his practice and how he has created a business that allows him to live a life according to his own rules. Luke Gheen, MBA, CPA, Certified Tax Coach LinkedIn  | Twitter  | Facebook  | Website Luke is a long-time resident of Colorado with extensive corporate finance and accounting experience. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado in 1999 and received his MBA from the University of Colorado in 2007. Luke started Gheen & Co., CPA in 2011 to help business owners simplify their accounting, save substantial money in tax, and grow their wealth long-term. Luke is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is an avid rower, enjoys reading, and regularly travels to the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. He relishes spending time with his wife, three sons, daughter, and extended family. Accounting Marketing Doesn’t Suck is produced by Build Your Firm, leaders of marketing for accountants. Questions or feedback? Email us at podcast@buildyourfirm.com

20mins

17 Mar 2020

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006: Luke Gheen: Building a Practice From Scratch

Accounting Marketing Doesn't Suck

Would you leave a safe and comfortable controller position at a large company to start your own CPA firm? That’s what Luke Gheen, founder of Gheen & Co. in Colorado Springs, did – in his early 30s and without any public accounting experience. In this episode of Accounting Marketing Doesn’t Suck, Hugh Duffy talks with Luke about his decision to strike out on his own, the challenges he faced and how he landed many of his clients because of unsatisfactory service. “There is a such a need in the accounting industry,” he says. “A large majority of clients are coming from a place where they’ve been vastly ignored and marginalized.” Tune in to listen to Luke talk about how marketing played a role in building his firm from the very beginning, why change continues to be a constant driver in managing his practice and how he has created a business that allows him to live a life according to his own rules. Luke Gheen, MBA, CPA, Certified Tax Coach LinkedIn  | Twitter  | Facebook  | Website Luke is a long-time resident of Colorado with extensive corporate finance and accounting experience. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado in 1999 and received his MBA from the University of Colorado in 2007. Luke started Gheen & Co., CPA in 2011 to help business owners simplify their accounting, save substantial money in tax, and grow their wealth long-term. Luke is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is an avid rower, enjoys reading, and regularly travels to the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. He relishes spending time with his wife, three sons, daughter, and extended family. Accounting Marketing Doesn’t Suck is produced by Build Your Firm, leaders of marketing for accountants. Questions or feedback? Email us at podcast@buildyourfirm.com

20mins

27 Nov 2018

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LUKE GHEEN: Deal With Your Firm’s Growing Pains With These Offshoring Tips

TOA Global Podcast

Keeping clients happy depends on your capability to meet deliverables, which depends largely on having the right people. But what if your firm is experiencing problems finding accountants with the right experience, skills and drive?

44mins

20 Jun 2018