Michelle Meyer, Communications Specialist
Schenck Business Solutions
Schenck Business Solutions is pleased to announce that Mark Weber has recently joined the firm as a Senior Real Estate Manager. Weber comes to Schenck with nearly 31 years of experience with the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, most recently as Manufacturing & Telecommunications Assessment Manager. Weber was also a member of the State Board of Assessors for 16 years immediately prior to leaving. He has particular expertise in the valuation of environmentally impaired properties, having made numerous presentations and assisted with published articles on the subject. A resident of Fond du Lac, Weber will be serving clients throughout the state.
“Mark’s extensive background in evaluating property values and assessments will provide our clients with an excellent resource for determining if they are overpaying property tax due to an incorrect assessment,” said Bill Goodman, president of Schenck Business Solutions. “He is a tremendous addition to our team of value-added tax advisors.”
Weber is an eight-year veteran of the City Council for the City of Fond du Lac, and served two terms as president. He has instructed a number of courses and continuing education appraisal seminars for appraisers and real estate brokers, as well as courses on income tax law. He is a Certified General Appraiser in Wisconsin, a Certified Assessor II and a Wisconsin licensed real estate broker.
Schenck Business Solutions is a full-service regional accounting and consulting firm. Schenck has over 500 employees that serve businesses and individual clients through 11 locations in Wisconsin. As one of the largest Wisconsin-based CPA firms in the state and one of the 25 largest in the U.S., Schenck Business Solutions provides a full range of services including accounting and audit, tax, corporate finance, business consulting, information technology, payroll preparation, retirement planning, and investment management and advice for today’s business, government and personal challenges.