Maxson Irsik
Manager

Kansas City

Kansas City, KS

8801 Renner Blvd.
Suite 100
Lenexa, KS 66219

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Maxson Irsik is a manager with more than 10 years of experience in taxation and advisory services for agribusinesses.  His in-depth knowledge of row crops, beef, dairy, and other livestock operations contributes to his innate ability to tackle challenges and create innovative solutions for those businesses.

Whether an owner’s goal is to expand and grow the business, discover and leverage core competencies, or protect the current owners’ legacy through careful structuring and estate planning, Maxson applies his experience working on and running his own family’s farm to find innovative ways to make your goals a reality.

Having operated his family’s farm and cattle operations, Maxson brings first-hand knowledge of the daily issues which farm and ranch operations face.  His specialization in   livestock, as well as row crop operations, is demonstrated by his ability to help clients successfully optimize, expand, and transition their agribusinesses.

In addition to providing audited and reviewed financial statements, as well as tax and compliance strategies, Maxson helps farms and livestock operations with long-term planning and succession roadmaps.

Education

B.B.A., finance, Kansas State University
M.B.A., Rockhurst University

Professional Associations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Kansas Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Kansas Livestock Association
Florida Cattlemen’s Association

Personal Interests

Enjoys spending time with family, reading, sports, smoking meats, and brewing beer.

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