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  • Eau Claire eauclaire@baumancpa.com 715.834.2001 888.952.2866 / TOLL FREE 715.834.2774 / FAX
    4229 Southtowne Drive PO Box 1225 Eau Claire, WI 54702-1225
  • Hudson hudson@baumancpa.com 715.386.8181 715.386.6020 / FAX
    816 Dominion Drive Suite 201 Hudson, WI 54016

“I am as interested in each client’s unique story as I am in helping them succeed in their goals, because every piece plays an important role in their outcome. I want to know how you feel you fit into your industry, the challenges you face, and how I can help make your life and work easier.”

Michael Mai began his accounting career with Bauman Associates and now serves as a principal in the firm, bringing a creative energy, dynamic personality and dedication that has helped the firm stand out as a leader in the region. Mike consults with businesses and individuals and has experience in a multitude of industries. His diverse background has made him a trusted go-to source for answers on current and changing regulations as well as general business advice related to running a business. Mike goes beyond being a resource for compliance and tax returns; it is imperative that he gets to know each client and business individually to best help them reach their personal and financial goals.

When deciding on a career many years ago, Mike did the math, so to speak, on his interests – working with numbers and serving people – and realized he could put the two together as an accountant. He takes pride in helping clients reach their goals and views himself as a trusted partner to his clients.

Mike was born and raised in Eau Claire and has a great love for his community. He avidly pursues fitness and stays active in several sports such as racquetball, pickle ball, golf and biking. His fitness adventures have taken him to Las Vegas, Chicago and state and national tournaments.

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Mike takes his responsibilities seriously and enjoys his work and clients. His personal and professional motto is “have fun every day.” Why should accountants have to be dry and boring, after all?