Illinois Audit, Tax and Consulting
The fifth largest in Illinois
With eight offices and more than 1,400 professionals throughout the state, we’re not only the fifth-largest accounting firm in Illinois, but also the largest focused on middle market companies. We combine full-service capabilities with deep resources, industry knowledge and senior-level involvement to help our clients succeed. Illinois is also home to RSM’s corporate headquarters, located at One South Wacker Drive in Chicago.
Our client service
Our Illinois offices serve midsized businesses in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and wholesale distribution, financial institutions, health care, real estate, private equity groups, financial services, government entities and nonprofit organizations.
Our charitable efforts
In addition to serving the needs of our clients, our Illinois offices are committed to serving the needs of our community. Through the personal and collective efforts of our professionals, we are actively involved by devoting time, money and support to a variety of charitable organizations and community efforts. Some of the representative organizations include the Greater Chicago Food Depository, YMCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Salvation Army and Special Olympics Illinois.
For information about the employment opportunities currently available in Illinois, please visit the Careers section of our site.
Businesses expanding or increasing activity in their current state or in new states should consider the benefits of state tax credits.
High court looking for Washington Department of Revenue to respond to Dot Foods petition for writ of certiorari by early December.
Illinois Independent Tax Tribunal rejected argument that the motor fuel tax statutes exclude compressed natural gas.
Illinois department adopts guidelines for rebutting the presumption that nexus is established through click-through agreements.
Chicago issues guidance regarding the taxability of nonpossessory computer leases and streaming movies and games.
Illinois passes a bill to expand applicability of the insurance self-procurement tax to previously exempt Illinois-based middle market companies.
Illinois passes a bill to amend the click-through nexus law previously struck down by the Illinois Supreme Court.
The Illinois Manufacturer’s Purchase Credit and Graphic Arts Machinery and Equipment Exemption were not extended and will end Aug. 30, 2014.
supplement 2014 Monitor report, a number of additional reports provide an in-depth look at industry in various states across the country.
The Illinois Supreme Court rules local sales and use tax sourcing regulations invalid but waives assessment against taxpayer that followed the regulations.
The Illinois manufacturer’s purchase credit provides a tax credit for certain machinery and equipment purchases. Claims must be filed by June 30.
An Illinois appellate court rules resident trust classification of decanted Illinois trust violates the due process clause of the U.S. Constitution.
1 S Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL 60606
John Bird, Office Managing Partner
Rick Edelheit, Office Managing Partner
Milton Marcotte, Office Managing Partner
Pete Mulvey, Office Managing Partner
Paul Nockels, Office Managing Partner
Barry Rosenthal, Office Managing Partner
2021 S. 1st Street
Champaign, Illinois 61820
Dave Seiler, Office Managing Partner
117 East Main St.
Galesburg, IL 61401
401 Main St.
Peoria, IL 61602
Tom Farrell, Office Managing Partner
1252 Bell Valley Road
Rockford, IL 61108
Mark Chaberski, Office Managing Partner
20 N. Martingale Road
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Rob Stoettner, Office Managing Partner
1 North Old State Capitol Plaza
Springfield, IL 62701
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Our annual seminar and networking event focused on the unique finance and operational needs of nonprofit organizations.