Our Experts

At Foreman & Airhart, we work as a team to better serve our clients’ diverse financial needs. This team approach to solving and managing our clients’ financial issues is what makes us unique. We provide the seamless, high-level financial services to our clients that you would expect from a large consulting firm, but with the competitive pricing, attention to detail, and level of service only a smaller firm can provide.

Mark Foreman, managing partner of Foreman & Airhart, offers this comprehensive service approach to our clients. Mark’s unique combination of experience and expertise allows us to provide unparalleled service to our clients, whether they need help managing their business, making a business acquisition, or simply managing their money as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Mark Foreman and the rest of the Foreman & Airhart team are experienced in a wide array of financial service areas, including outsourced business managementbusiness consultingaccounting and tax managementinsurance*investments*mortgages,estate and business planning*10b5-1 planning and financial and wealth planning*.

Mark Foreman, CPA

Managing Partner

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Gail Foreman

Financial Officer

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Mikel Baltes

Certified QuickBooks Advisor

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Richard Berg, CPA

Certified Public Accountant

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Jerry Gould, CPA

Certified Public Accountant

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David Howard, CPA

Certified Public Accountant

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Cristie Reus


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Shelley Rice

Operations Manager

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Our Latest Newsletter

Our clients and friends know that Foreman & Airhart is the source to turn to for timely 2015 tax, accounting, important regulatory information and more.

Take a look at our most recent newsletter and find out why we say that we do more than taxes.

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Client Quotes

“I have been so happy with the services Mark Foreman provides. Mark is not only very professional, but does so much above and beyond what I could expect or hope for, from crunching numbers to doing reports. I am very appreciative of Mark Foreman and what he has helped me do for my business.”

John Elverog, DDS
Crossings Dental