It’s time to maximize your business results.


When you are ready to move your business or organization to the next level of profitability and success, choose a Minneapolis CPA firm that will work with you to help you get there. At BPKZ, we are dedicated to maximizing your results by “going beyond what must be done to what can be done.”®

Whether you need a financial statement audit, tax planning assistance, a long-range plan for a closely held business or an advisor to help your family preserve and transfer wealth, look to us as your strategic partner.

From financial, operational and business consulting to estate planning, business valuation, internal fraud prevention and litigation support, you can count on the professionals at BPKZ.


Greg Niemi, Former President/CEO, Nexstar Network

“I can’t tell you one specific thing BPK&Z has done that has made a difference, because it has all made a difference. We have evolved over the years and BPK&Z has always had the expertise we’ve needed at every stage of growth. They truly understand our business. They are my sounding board and the first …

Brad Bainey, The Bainey Group

“What we like most about working with BPK&Z is that they know us very, very well. They completely understand us, our business and the financial situations surrounding both.”


Colin T. Mackin Promoted to Senior Accountant

Colin Mackin, Plymouth, MN, was recently promoted to Senior Accountant at Blanski Peter Kronlage & Zoch, P.A. (BPKZ). Colin has been with BPKZ since 2014, starting as an Intern. Colin will work with clients in a variety of industries focusing in the areas of audit and tax.

Brent R. Buchman Promoted to Manager

Brent R. Buchman, CPA, Farmington, MN, was recently promoted to Tax Manager at Blanski Peter Kronlage & Zoch, P.A. (BPKZ). Brent has over seven years of accounting, tax return preparation, review and research experience working with a variety of industries including professional services, construction, manufacturing, real estate and nonprofit organizations…

Financial Tips

Identity Theft and Fraud Protection

Thieves use personal data to access accounts, open new ones, complete fraudulent transactions, file phony tax returns and obtain access to personal contacts. In addition, many fraud scams are perpetrated through the Internet, often from foreign locations, which makes it harder for authorities to prosecute.

What Can You Throw Away After Filing?

Maybe it’s a good thing that the April 15th federal tax deadline coincides with the urge to spring clean. It feels good to throw out some of the financial records stuffing your filing cabinets. But before you head for the dumpster, make sure you’re not disposing of records you may need.