“So, what makes you different?”

We anticipate this question from prospective clients and the answer is short and simple: Attitude and expertise. There are lots of experts in the world (including our specialized teams) but what you do with that expertise makes the difference. What we do with it is work to create the best possible results for you.

Relationships backed by performance – this defines our attitude.

Since 1974, the relationships we have developed and maintained over the years helped us become a leading independent accounting firm in the U.S. But these relationships would be meaningless (and would eventually disappear) without a daily commitment by the Frost team to provide the best solutions at the greatest value. We love our clients and they love what we do for them. This is what “relationships backed by performance” means.

Expertise that saves you the most valuable commodity of all: Time.

The fact that many of our professional staff and partners work day-in and day-out inside specific industries is why we are experts. Getting “up to speed” for us simply means sitting down with you. If you engage us, you won’t have to live through a learning curve.

Frost, PLLC – Certified Public Accountants – Little Rock, AR – Latest News

Frost, PLLC’s Doug Richardson Attends NCC Annual “Day in Washington.”

Excerpts form NCC News

“The National Chicken Council annual “Day in Washington” meeting was held this week during which NCC members and representatives from state poultry associations meet with Members of Congress to discuss issues vital to the U.S. chicken industry. This was the 15th time that Day in Washington was held, and, once again, the Capitol Hill effort was a great success.Groups of NCC members attended more than 50 Capitol Hill meetings that were scheduled on Wednesday in both the Senate and House of Representatives.”

“NCC’s Day in Washington is an important educational effort for Members of Congress to understand issues vital to the chicken industry, and we are most grateful to those that took the time away from their businesses to participate in this week’s Capitol Hill meetings.”

Richardson and other NCC members met with Senators Mark Pryor and John Boozman, and Representatives Eric “Rick” Crawford, Tim Griffin, Steve Womack, and Tom Cotton.


Animal Welfare Challenges: Assessing Your Current Animal Welfare Program
Stephen Shepard, FACTA, Midwest Poutry Consortium, “The Feathered Pen.”

Current data suggests that producers that initiate strong Animal Welfare (AW) programs have better quality products and increased productivity. In other words, comprehensive AW programs make good business sense and drive profits. But exactly how do you minimize risk within your company by focusing on AW? It starts with acknowledging your weaknesses and turning them into your strengths.

Click the link below to read the complete article.



This year (2014), Frost, PLLC is celebrating 40 years of impeccable service to our beloved clients. Because of ongoing daily commitments by the Frost team, past and present, Frost, PLLC has become a leading independent accounting firm both regionally and nationally.

To celebrate, Frost, PLLC is having a 40th anniversary party on May 17, 2014 from 4 – 7 p.m. at Dickey-Stephens Park with cocktails, food and entertainment.

You can help us get the word out so we can invite all the valuable members of our historic Frost team. Please like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/frostpllc and send us your contact information (at least your email) to Carol Bowers cbowers@frostpllc.com, or call Carol at 501-376-9241. We are looking forward to seeing our alumnae, staff and guests at this milestone event.


The Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization, Inc. (PAACO) has granted Certified Audit status to FACTA’s Certified™ Animal Welfare Audit Program – Pork. The FACTA audit is one the first to be certified for swine production.

Click here to download and read the Official PAACO News Release.

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