Holcombe, Holtzclaw & Ravan LLC

Certified Public Accountants and Advisors

Serving Spartanburg and Upstate SC

Spartanburg, South Carolina Accounting Firm

Holcombe, Holtzclaw & Ravan, LLC consists of professionals who have provided public accounting services in Spartanburg, South Carolina for many years. This team of Certified Public Accountants joined forces in January of 2014 with the merger of Ravan & Holtzclaw, P.A. and Holcombe & Associates, LLC, and the subsequent acquisition of a third office from a Southeast regional firm. This combination of offices and professionals provided Holcombe, Holtzclaw & Ravan, LLC a broadened knowledge base, increased cumulative experience and additional capacity that allows us to serve our diverse client base more effectively and efficiently. While we are now a much larger firm, we still maintain the hometown feel and emphasis on personal relationships and excellent client service.

Consulting & Support Services

Holcombe, Holtzclaw & Ravan LLC offers a range of business support services to meet the diverse needs of our clients in Spartanburg, SC who own and manage businesses.  We have four QuickBooks Pro Advisors on staff,  all ready and able to help.

Professional Tax & Accounting Services

We are here not only to provide high quality, timely and pro-active tax, audit and accounting services but also to play a role as your lifetime advisor.

Accounting Resources

We have listed a few accounting and tax websites that you will find helpful and informative.

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Developing a fundraising plan that works

Developing a fundraising plan that works

A not-for-profit can have many strengths — a prominent board of directors, dedicated volunteers, committed staff members and effective programs — and still struggle to meet fundraising goals. Often, such nonprofits lack a strategic fundraising plan. Here’s how to...

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What to do if your nonprofit receives an IRS audit letter

What to do if your nonprofit receives an IRS audit letter

The IRS’s staffing shortages have been well publicized and audits of individuals have decreased in the past several years. But it’s a mistake to assume that the agency has stopped scrutinizing not-for-profits and conducting audits when it deems necessary. If your...

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Making your nonprofit’s special event profitable

Making your nonprofit’s special event profitable

As in the for-profit world, sometimes not-for-profits need to spend money to make money. This is particularly true when it comes to fundraisers. At the same time, you need to resist the temptation to overspend or your special event may not raise the amount you were...

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Wholeheartedness is Power

Wholeheartedness is Power

A unified will is the key to power. When all parts of ourselves are aligned and on board we can decisively move in the direction of our goals. Getting to that place of inner clarity though is no small feat. Internal conflicts are among our toughest battles. We all...

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Protect your nonprofit by cross-training staff

Protect your nonprofit by cross-training staff

What would happen if one of your managers was suddenly forced to take long-term disability leave? Or an accounting staffer quit without notice? It’s possible that your not-for-profit’s work could come to a standstill — unless you’ve cross-trained your employees....

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