WELCOME! My name is Michael S. Turner and I live in Central Texas, however, I provide services statewide. I have over 40 years of financial analysis and accounting experience ranging from Fortune 500 companies to individuals and their tax returns. I specialize in troubled situations, forensic accounting, and advising companies regarding their financial operations. My services are tailored to meet each individual client’s needs and I’m flexible.
How am I different from the thousand of CPA’s out there?
As you know CPA stands for Certified Public Accountant. We all have to pass rigorous testing, qualifications, and experience to be CPA’s. I am also Certified in Financial Forensics by the AICPA. My years of diverse experience allow me view such a variety of financial situations and understand the details. I have a knack for seeing behind the numbers, understanding the real picture, and then being able to present a simplied picture easy for non-financial people to understand. In court and during litigation, this may decide the entire case.
- Forensic Accounting
- Litigation Support
- Probate / Estate Law
- Divorce and Marriage Dissolution
- IRS Representation
- Income Tax Preparation and Consulting
- Business Formation
- Financial Consulting, Retirement Planning
I’m happy to service clients in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and other smaller cities in Texas. Travel is no problem with my central location in the Texas Hill Country. Feel free to call me to discuss your situation and see if I can help you.
Associate Kimberly Creasey
Kimberly Creasey joined Mike Turner in the summer of 2017. She is a Certified Public Accountant in Texas and the District of Columbia, as well as a Certified Fraud Examiner. Before partnering with Mr. Turner, she most recently worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Forensic Accountant in Austin, TX. Ms. Creasey was responsible for financial investigations into federal violations such as money laundering, bribery, corruption, financial market manipulation, terrorist financing, health care fraud, homicide, and other illegal activity. Prior to joining the FBI in 2012, Ms. Creasey was a Manager in the Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services practice at a Big Four Public Accounting Firm. In this role, Ms. Creasey worked with clients in financial services, government, manufacturing, telecommunications, and industrial products industries, among others, on a variety of different projects including control risk assessments, compliance monitoring, anti-money laundering process improvements, and remediation action design and implementation. Prior to working in the forensic accounting practice, Ms. Creasey spent three years in the firm’s Assurance practice. During this time, she focused on performing audits and internal control testing of both public and private clients. In doing so, Ms. Creasey became well versed in GAAP, GAAS, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Ms. Creasey joined the Big Four Firm after spending two years at a regional accounting firm, where she prepared individual, estate, trust, and small business tax filings, as well as performed audits, reviews and compilations. Her broad range of experiences offer a unique and useful skill set to any client’s needs.