Clarity Business Consulting expands with acquisition of Fergus Falls business

Clarity Business Consulting Acquires Little Black Ledger, LLC: Continuing the Legacy of High-Quality Service

Sean Sullivan, CEO of Clarity Business Consulting, has acquired Little Black Ledger, LLC from Nicole Rostad. The acquisition was announced by Greater Fergus Falls (GFF), and Nicole expressed her confidence in Sean as a competent, trustworthy, and local buyer to take over the business she had been running for over 10 years.

Nicole and her team at Little Black Ledger have been providing high-quality bookkeeping and payroll services to customers in the region for a decade. Rostad stated that she had been discussing the transition with Sean for over a year and believed that now was the right time. She believes that Sean will provide the same or better quality service to her clients.

Sullivan expressed his admiration for Nicole’s growth of the business over the last decade and his confidence in Clarity Business Consulting’s ability to work with her clients and continue the tradition of service they have come to expect from Nicole.

Sean Sullivan is the owner and CEO of Clarity Business Consulting, which has been providing financial services to small businesses and nonprofits for over 25 years. Clarity Business Consulting offers financial analysis, bookkeeping, loan consulting, and strategic planning services.

GFF’s Executive Director Lance Anderson highly recommends Sean’s services, describing him as a forward-thinking visionary and an expert in strategic planning who goes the extra mile for his clients.

Overall, the transition of Little Black Ledger to Sean Sullivan of Clarity Business Consulting has been characterized by mutual respect and confidence in the continuation of high-quality service to clients. To learn more about Clarity Business Consulting or schedule an appointment, click here.

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