Justin Mentele
Principal

Justin Mentele

Indianapolis, IN – Closed

8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd
Suite 250W
Indianapolis, IN 46240

463-209-7650

Industry Areas

Service Areas

As a principal, Justin is spearheading the leadership of the Indiana-based location for K·Coe Isom, using his tremendous organizational and relationship skills to build out a team and drive market growth for the region. He is specialized in working with closely-held manufacturers and biofuels companies in all facets of their business, from tax and audit to compliance and entity structuring. His strength in finding solutions for clients’ unique scenarios and issues sets him apart.

Justin works with closely-held manufacturers and biofuels companies in all facets of their business, from tax and audit to compliance and entity structuring. He likes being part of a team of consultants that turns customers’ dilemmas into opportunities for greater success. His primary objective is to build relationships with customers, helping them mitigate liabilities and create valuable results, always remembering the impact on the businesses and the families that own them.

Education

B.S. Accounting, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Credentials

CPA, Kansas and Colorado

Professional Associations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Kansas Society of CPAs

Personal Interests

Justin enjoys golfing and spending time with his family.

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