Protecting Your Vision

Moss Adams serves more tribes throughout the nation than most other accounting firms, and we've been doing this for more than 30 years.

Today, more than 60 tribal governments rely on our in-depth knowledge and expertise in tribal affairs, and they benefit from our assurance, tax, and consulting services.

Our approach to serving Indian Country is based on respect for our clients' tribal culture and sovereignty, and we work hard to earn the trust of the tribal councils and enterprise boards we work with.

We also recognize that effectively delivering services to your tribal members is one of your most important priorities. As your trusted advisor, we can help you achieve that goal by providing services designed to not only improve your tribal governance capabilities and structures but also enhance your revenue streams through enterprise development and strategic partnerships.

Tribal Gaming

Running a successful gaming enterprise depends on many factors—including your operational efficiency and compliance with industry and governmental regulations. That's why we provide comprehensive audit and consultation services to both Tribal Class II and Class III gaming facilities throughout the country. Our services can help you streamline internal systems, improve business performance, create customized training programs, and much more.

Tribal Enterprises

Along with serving tribal governments and gaming operations, our Tribal & Gaming Practice serves various tribal enterprises, and your specific team may include industry specialists from across the firm who've dedicated their careers to a given industry, such as agribusiness, construction, forest products, real estate and hospitality, or manufacturing and consumer products.

Specialized Services

To effectively serve tribes like yours, we augment our practice with professionals from around the firm who specialize in specific areas. This way, we're able to provide you a comprehensive set of assurance, tax, and consulting solutions tailored to your needs.

Our specialized services include:

  • Audits conducted in accordance with the Uniform Guidance
  • Employement Tax Compliance
  • Hospitality Consulting
  • Internal Controls evaluation and review
  • Planning and Consulting for Economic Development
  • Regulatory assurance engagements for state gaming, fuel, and tobacco compacts and the NIGC
  • Title 31 training and assessments


The US Department of Interior’s final revised policy for determining tribes’ contract support costs may mean reimbursement opportunities.

We give an overview of regulatory and policy changes for tribes, including plans for 2017, paid sick leave, and general welfare benefits.

Learn about the key provisions of GASB Statement No. 85, Omnibus 2017, and their impact on government accounting and financial reporting requirements.

A third-party administrator audit, sometimes called an administrative claims review, helps tribes create accountability, measure performance, and establish processes for quality improvements.

Large capital projects can be beneficial to an entire tribe, especially if completed on time and within budget. A midpoint or close-out construction audit can help tribes protect their investment from risk and potentially find substantial savings.

The process tribes use to determine values for some investments is changing due to the GASB’s Statement No. 72, which provides guidance on fair value measurement and reporting for state, local, and tribal governments. It’s effective for periods beginning after June 15, 2015.

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