Stewart Klipsch

Stewart Klipsch

Managing Partner

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As managing partner, Stewart is responsible for all administrative and support services of Lieberman Technologies, as well as the coordination and direction of the services and company as a whole.

Prior to joining Lieberman, Stewart worked in the accounting and business consulting group of Arthur Anderson in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he specialized in process reengineering and audit services. He returned to Evansville in 1994 when he joined Lieberman, providing operational support and management services for the business and its clients. Stewart became managing partner in 2005.

Stewart has an MBA from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he studied accounting and small business management, and a bachelor's degree in industrial management from Purdue University. He is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) licensed in the State of Indiana since 1995.

Recent Articles by Stewart

Avoid Being Scammed This Tax Season

Avoid being scammed during tax season

Tax season officially began on January 19, which was the earliest that you could submit a tax return for the tax year 2015. Unfortunately, tax season also means scam season, and there are any number of unscrupulous individuals out there trying to get your money. Scams related to taxes tend to proliferate around this time of year, taking advantage of the uncertainty

2013 – A Year in Review at Lieberman Technologies

By all standards, 2013 was a year of growth and improvement at Lieberman Technologies. We added new staff, new office space, and new services, and our staff continues to be deeply involved in the Tri-State community. Now that we’ve come to the end of the year, we thought we’d take a look back at 2013 and highlight some of the milestones we’ve

Now Is the Time to Invest In New Equipment or Software

If you have been considering investing in new equipment or software for your business, 2011 is the year to do so. With only a few weeks left in the year, time is running short for you to take advantage of what could be a substantial tax savings for 2011. If you’ve been in business any length of time, you probably already know