Mark Flinchum is a partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Business Advisory Group. He started with the firm in 1987 upon graduating from Indiana University. Mark is a trusted business and tax advisor to his clients. His expertise includes strategic tax planning, business analysis and structuring, advocacy in IRS tax matters, and consulting on financial statement issues. Mark has been involved in assisting clients with growth opportunities, financing structure and succession planning issues. He has significant experience in planning, structuring and negotiating M&A transactions. Mark represents several ESOP-owned businesses and has structured a number of business sales to existing and newly formed ESOPs.
Mark’s industry experience includes manufacturing and distribution, transportation, hospitality and agriculture businesses. His attention to proactive, value-added business and tax advice to his clients has resulted in long-term trusted advisor relationships. Mark is a member of the firm’s Transportation Services and Manufacturing and Distribution Services Groups, and is partner-in-charge of the ESOP Services Group. He is frequently a contributing author to firm publications, as well as transportation and ESOP industry trade publications. Mark is a regular presenter on ESOP issues and in the manufacturing, trucking and hospitality industries.
Mark received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Indiana University.
Mark is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society. He is also a member of the American Trucking Associations and the Ohio Trucking Association. Mark serves as a vice president on the board of the Indiana chapter of the ESOP Association. He is currently on the board of Shepherd Center of Hamilton County and serves as a board member and treasurer for Miller Backers.
Mark is a past chairman of the board of Noblesville Chamber of Commerce as well as a past board member of the Better Business Bureau of Central Indiana and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. He is also a past-distinguished president of Kiwanis and has worked with Junior Achievement in an instructional capacity.