N&K CPAs Inc.

One of the largest locally owned certified public accounting firms in the State of Hawaii servicing local, national, and international clientele across the pacific.

Welcome to N&K CPAs,  Inc, one of the largest locally owned certified public  accounting firms in  the State of Hawaii. The firm was founded in 1973 with  the partnership  of Sadao Nishihama and Glenn T. Kishida. Today, the  firm has over 60  personnel, including six principals.

There are five major divisions in the firm: Assurance Services, Tax Services, Management Consulting, Information Technology, and Administrative Services. Together, personnel in these divisions provide clients with a full range of services from the traditional audit, tax, and bookkeeping services to business and technology consulting. There is also an international department which services our foreign clients.

The Best People Work at the Best Places

For the fifth year in a row, N&K has been named one of the "Best Places to Work" in Hawaii. The program is sponsored by Hawaii Business Magazineand Proservice Hawaii. Companies went through a process of assessment done by Best Companies group, a company based in Pennsylvania. The process included surveying all personnel at N&K and asking them how they felt about several different aspects of the company. The assessment also took into account the company's benefits, policies, and offerings.

N&K is proud to have been selected for this award.  Read the full article here to learn more about N&K's culture and our people.

At N&K, we want our culture to be the “BEST

Be a Team Player
Help all employees achieve their career goals.
Balance professional and personal responsibilities through flexibility and teamwork.
Commit to continuous learning.

Excel in Servicing
Maximize communication to facilitate client servicing.
Help our clients achieve their goals through continuously meeting or exceeding their expectations.

Success for Our Clients
Build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with our clients.

Treat Others the Way You Want to be Treated
Build and maintain supportive relationships with each other.
Acknowledge, respect, and utilize the unique strengths of each employee.