Firm History | Firm Goals | Firm Values | Partners
Little-Morris LLP is a certified public accounting firm with a rich history of providing services in the Boise area. The firm was organized in 1972 when Harry M. Little and William E. Morris combined their individual practices and purchased the accounting practice of W. Franklin Miller. Mr. Miller had been in practice in Idaho since 1947, and many of his clients were long-time Idaho residents. With a solid client base, the practice grew rapidly during the 70's as Idaho's economy prospered. During this time, the firm developed a fine reputation in the Boise Valley and throughout Idaho and Eastern Oregon, which it retains today.
In 1978, the firm merged with Coopers and Lybrand, a Big Four accounting firm, as a means to serve its clientele more effectively. The merger was dissolved in 1981, and the firm of Little-Morris LLP was reorganized. The partners were committed to operating an accounting practice, with a tax consulting emphasis, which would provide quality service and an alternative to the Big Four firms located in Boise. To fulfill this commitment, the firm has continued to evolve to efficiently and aggressively serve its clientele.
In 1995, Douglas E. Black merged his practice into Little-Morris LLP. In 1998 Mr. Black became the managing partner of the firm.
In 2004, Little-Morris LLP admitted Brian Yeargain and Shane Bartlome to the partnership.
In 2006, Brian Doster was admitted to the partnership and Shane Bartlome became a co-managing partner with Doug Black.
Little-Morris LLP is devoted to providing the highest quality service to satisfy the needs of our clients. We consider our intelligent and imaginative professionals to be our greatest asset. Our goal is to remain on the leading edge of the profession. We are committed to our existing clients and to future growth. Our success depends on the success of our clients.
At Little-Morris LLP we value the high degree of respect we have earned throughout the community from our over 50 years of top quality service. We appreciate the work ethic of our employees who will make the short-term sacrifices necessary to meet our client deadlines and service needs. We value the innovative thinking which separates us from our peers. Family values and other life pursuits keep our work in perspective and our lives in balance. Our client relationships, the basis of our livelihood and source of continuous referral growth, are a top priority in our firm. We value the vibrant growth of our firm and the opportunity that growth provides, bringing new members to our team each year.
William E. Morris, CPA
Douglas E. Black, CPA, CVA
Brian Yeargain, CPA
Shane Bartlome, CPA
Brian G. Doster, CPA, CVA