Rick Reisig has over 40 years of experience providing audit and tax services to for-profit, not-for-profit, governmental entities, and individuals. His experience includes all phases of accounting, auditing, and consulting. Rick is an advocate for his clients, ensuring they are abreast of the changing business and accounting regulation landscape and continually delivering comprehensive services to best serve them.
Rick is highly active within the accounting profession, from both a regulatory and standard-setting standpoint, helping to shape the ever-changing regulations on a state and national level. Rick is currently the Chairman of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy(NASBA), serves on the Board of Trustees for the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF)overseeing the activities of FASB/GASB, served on FAF’s Private Company Council (PCC), the AICPA’s Auditing Standards Board, and was a two-time chairman of the Montana Board of PublicAccountants.He also serves as an auditing/accounting instructor for the AICPA. The strength of the accounting profession, and the quality of services provided to clients, is Rick’s passion.
Rick is a native Montanan, born and raised in Billings, Montana, graduated college from Montana State University-Bozeman, Montana, and has lived and worked in Great Falls, Montana for his entire career. While auditing has been his primary focus, he has always provided income tax services for his Great Falls clients. Rick played and coached fastpitch and slowpitch softball for over 35 years, providing him the competitive spirit and the team-building/leading-acumen needed to fill the role of Chief Executive Officer of Anderson ZurMuehlen for the two years leading up to its merger with Pinion.