CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FOR INDIVIDUALS & SMALL BUSINESSES
Since 1961, Tulberg & Greenslit, CPAs, has been diligently providing accounting services to our community. Our office is situated on the shores of Langdon Bay in Mound, Minnesota.
We specialize in IRS 1040 Filings. We're at the forefront of recent changes and will make sure you receive the maximum return.
Small Business Returns
We are a small, local business, and we pride ourselves in supporting others in the community. We provide federal and state income tax returns for your small business.
Planning is the key to successfully and legally reducing your tax liability. We go beyond tax compliance and can recommend tax saving strategies to maximize your after-tax income.
With nearly 60 years of experience, our team has the knowledge and expertise to ensure professional, accurate, high quality service.
Knowledge That Can Serve Your Needs
We are available year round to assist you and answer your questions. Many questions our clients have arise after April 15th. Questions about retirement, sale of land, inheritances, deductions, estimated tax payments and pension rollovers, are some of the typical questions we field.
Leon Greenslit, CPA, Owner
Leon graduated from Morton High School. He was in the class of 1956 at St Olaf College and graduated with an Economics degree. He started farming with his family in 1945 in the wheat fields of Oklahoma. Custom combining was a family affair and continued, following the harvest northeast to Minnesota, until 1956.
His corporate career in accounting, finance, and controlling, started in 1956 at Honeywell. He continued increasing his business experiences and expertise by working at a feed company in Green Isle, then Control Data. At Control Data he was the international controller, travelling world wide. In 1976 he became the controller of a start up company, Network Systems. He officially retired from a time clock in 1986, continuing working on taxes, accounting, farming, and other miscellaneous projects. He now lives in Olivia, Minnesota and spends some of the cold months in Brownsville, Texas.
Leon and Gordy Tulberg started Green T accounting in 1961, both working part time. The business grew well and Leon spends much of his time in March and April in Mound at the office.
Many Mound organizations have benefited from his volunteering and leadership. He has been a member of the Jaycees, the WRA (Westonka Recreational Association) Board of Directors, and the Hennepin County Animal Humane Society Board of Directors. As part of the Animal Humane Society, he traveled to Beaumont, Texas to rescue animals after Hurricane Rita in 2005. He currently is part of the Gillespie Center Board of Directors and the Lions Club.
David Greenslit, CPA, Owner
David graduated from Mound Westonka High School and the University of Minnesota with an Accounting degree. He has lived most of his life in Mound and has been working on income taxes since 1989. He has been the Treasurer of the Westonka Recreational Association for many years.
Jackie Greenslit, Office Manager
Susan Greenslit Gadbois,
Your privacy and security is our priority
Your nonpublic personal information is collected from various sources; information received from you on tax organizers, worksheets, and other financial documentation you provide,
information you provide during personal interviews and telephone conversations, and information about your transactions with the firm.
Your nonpublic personal information is not disclosed to any person or party, except as required by law or to facilitate filing your tax return. Access to your information is restricted in a variety of ways; only to those employees who have a need to know to provide services to you, physical security, electronic security safe-guards, and strict procedural measures consistent with federal standards are in place to protect your nonpublic personal information.
Your email address is safe with us. Tulberg & Greenslit will never give it out to any person or company.
Your privacy is important. Please trust that protecting your information is equally important.