The transportation industry is made up of some of the hardest working people in the country. To be successful, they also need to be smart about how they navigate the complexities inherent in the industry. This includes federal, multi-state, and local tax compliance, rolling stock accounting and planning, weight mileage tax, and new laws and regulations that affect the field. 

Trucking companies must also grapple with decisions all businesses do, including when and whether to sell or acquire another business, succession planning, and estate planning. 

With more than 30 years of experience working with transportation companies, Kernutt Stokes is well-equipped to provide the data and insight needed to help owners make good decisions in the trucking industry for their business now and into the future.

Kernutt Stokes is a proud member of the Oregon Trucking Association and the Washington Trucking Association, and we are an annual sponsor of the Oregon Trucking Association. 

If you’re looking for an accounting and consulting partner that will work as hard as you do to help keep your fleet moving forward, we’d love to hear from you.

Meet Our Transportation Team

Warren W. Barnes, CPA, Partner and Kimberly Pepion, CPA, Partner
“I have been around the transportation industry my entire life. My grandfather, father, and uncle are all in trucking as drivers or as an owner of a trucking company. I got into accounting so I could provide the most value to an industry for which I am so passionate.”
- Kimberly Pepion, CPA, Partner

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Information and Resources

Fraud Prevention | Safeguarding Your Business

by Charlotte Kreitlow |
In the intricate web of commerce, businesses are vulnerable to various risks, with fraud being one of the most insidious threats. From embezzlement to financial misstatement manipulation, to asset misappropriation, fraudulent activities can cause irreparable damage to a company's financial health and reputation. In the face of such risks, a robust fraud prevention framework is indispensable, and well designed and implemented accounting practices play a pivotal role in fortifying the defenses of businesses against fraudulent activities.

2023 Year-End Business Deductions

by Kernutt Stokes |
There have been changes over the last few years for what businesses can deduct when it comes to meals and entertainment. Download our helpful document that outlines what you can deduct for business meals, entertainment, employee parking, and club dues.

Plan Limitations Reference Guide

by Andrea Smith |
Keep up-to-speed on employee benefit plan changes with our annual Employee Benefit Plan Limitations & Quick Reference Card.

Tax Deductions

by Tiffany K. Nash |
Partner Tiffany Nash shares insights about tax deductions for individuals and businesses. Learn more about our tax services.