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Westberg Eischens adds office in Brewster

Brewster native Kasey (McNab) Nelson will manage the new office.

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Kasey Nelson

BREWSTER — Westberg Eischens accounting and advisement firm has added a new office in Brewster. Kasey (McNab) Nelson, a CPA and accountant with Westberg Eischens since 2014, will serve as its manager.

A native of Brewster, Nelson and her husband, Jeremy, relocated there when the opportunity arose to return to the area.

“The partners at Westberg Eischens were extremely supportive of my move and offered to set me up to work remotely,” Nelson said.

However, after further discussions, Nelson and the partners realized it would be beneficial to set up a brick and mortar office space to better serve clients. Nelson rented a space inside Rolling Hills Bank, 224 10th St., and officially opened for business in November.

“This has been a great move for me and my family,” she said. “Before COVID hit, our firm had recently upgraded our client portal and cloud accounting services, so we were already set to work remotely. Now, I have the dual advantage of managing a remote office in my hometown while still remaining plugged-in to the accounting systems and advisement services of a larger accounting firm.”

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While her clients include both individuals and businesses, Nelson plans to use her experience serving non-profits and charitable gambling organizations to grow her existing client list.

“I’m looking forward to re-immersing myself in my community and introducing myself to area businesses,” she said.

Nelson and her husband, Jeremy, have two children. She is a graduate of the University of South Dakota, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, as well as a Master’s degree in Professional Accountancy. She received her CPA license in May 2014.

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