Falco Sult is in the business of helping our clients be successful. Motivated by solving problems and providing value added services, we combine a personal approach with unmatched expertise that takes the stress out of finances and positively impacts your bottom line.
Chris Falco and Bruce Sult founded Falco Sult & Company, P.S. in 1991 with the vision of creating a unique, non-traditional CPA firm on Seattle’s Eastside to service the entire Puget Sound Area. They were determined to “not be accused of being a bunch of accountants,” and instead focus on providing personalized financial services and nurturing the growth of privately-held businesses.
Who We Help:
We work with a wide variety of industries including:
- Product distribution
- Real estate development and management
- Professional services
- High Tech
- Wine industry
- Printing & Graphics Arts
- Multi-location Retail organizations
- Cannabis industry
- And many more
Our Core Values
We think and act as business owners for the success of our company and our clients.
Work hard, play hard
We treat our clients like family and give 110% to help them reach their professional and personal goals.
New ideas and are the keys to success and we believe in embracing the process. We think on our feet and are always looking for creative solutions.
We think beyond the numbers and approach problems in a creative, holistic way.
News & Insights
Chris Falco Examines Benefits of Qualified Opportunity Zones
CPA Chris Falco, of the Washington accounting firm Falco Sult, discusses how the federal government is encouraging investment into low-income/distressed communities by providing New Market Tax Credits…
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: C Corporations Versus Pass-Through Entities
By Liang Zhao, CPA, MSA, CMA, Senior Accountant Before the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, pass-through entities, such as S Corporations and limited liability…
Trust/Estates If you requested/obtained a 5 1/2-month tax extension, file your income tax return (Form 1041) and pay any tax due by this date.
Individuals If you requested/obtained a 6-month tax extension, file your income tax return (Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ) and pay any tax due by this date. Corporations…