Are you ready to pursue a challenging big city career, in a progressive boutique accounting and tax firm, working with interesting and wealthy clientele, in Aspen, Colorado? 
A world and a life you can only imagine awaits you…
Located at the southeast end of the Roaring Fork Valley, Aspen is long known for its stunning beauty, exhilarating recreation, and legendary charm.  Recognized as one of the best year-round resort retreats, Aspen offers something for everyone: fabulous restaurants; world-renowned skiing; great trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding; abundant fly-fishing; and entertaining music festivals. At an elevation of nearly 8,000 feet, Aspen is a thriving mini-city in a majestic alpine setting. 
Aspen offers an interesting history, challenging outdoor recreational opportunities, abundant cultural activities, pleasant climate, and beautiful natural scenery. Aspen Mountain stands imposingly above town and is one of four ski areas in the Valley.  Snowmass, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk mountains all lie within 12 miles of town. Each of these areas offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. Much of the area around Aspen is public land within the White River National Forest. The spectacular Elk Mountains lie to the south and west of Aspen, with the Williams Mountains and the Sawatch Range to the east. These mountains are cut by beautiful alpine valleys. The Maroon Creek, Castle Creek and Hunter Creek Valleys are all easily accessible from town. Much of the high mountain area surrounding Aspen lies within the Maroon Bells-Snowmass, Hunter-Frying Pan, and Collegiate Peaks wilderness areas.
Our main office is located on Main Street in downtown Aspen, adjacent to the historic Hotel Jerome and just up the street from locals’ favorites the Grateful Deli and the Aspen Brewery. Our second office is located in Carbondale, a charming town 40 minutes west of Aspen. Carbondale is surrounded by mountain biking, hiking and cross-country skiing trails, at the foot of stunning Mt. Sopris.


While the four ski areas of Aspen, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk are world renowned, there are many other sights to see in the Roaring Fork Valley area. Read More


Skiing is by far what Aspen is famous for. But did you know that as many people visit the Roaring Fork Valley in the summer time as in the winter? Read More


“Seasonal weather” is what locals call cold and sunny winters and spectacular and sunny summers. Yes, it gets chilly in the winter. But can you guess what the average temperature is during the summer? Read More