I’m passionate about my work. My goal is to build strong client relationships.

Kevin Bach is known for using technology to deliver quality results. As Partner, Kevin has built the data analytic niche from the ground up, finding new data driven strategies to improve client’s accounting procedures and operational functions.

Kevin specializes in data analytics where he organizes “big data” and makes data accessible so businesses can see distinguishable patterns, trends, and identification of potential red flags. In presenting this data, Kevin is experienced in setting up interactive dashboards and visualization tools across a variety of platforms which allows for companies to improve internal operations, review operations for effectiveness and identify cost savings or revenue production opportunities. Within the data analytic niche, he continues to serve a broad range of clients across all industries.

Before joining Henry+Horne in 2012, Kevin worked as an In-Charge Auditor for a local Phoenix firm. For five years, he performed audits, reviews and compilations of non-public, non-profit Arizona charter schools, and ERISA plans. He also provided forensic accounting, litigation support and business valuations. Kevin graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.

Outside of work, you can find Kevin spending time with his family, and as an avid foodie, trying the local fare at restaurants across the Valley. He also loves muscle cars and is fixing up a 1968 Camaro.


American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants

Did you know?

If you weren’t an accountant, what would you be? 
Engineer. I’ve always been fascinated by how things work and how to re-engineer them.

What junk food is your weakness?
Mints. I almost always have some on my desk and in my car.

What is your favorite movie, band or tv show?

What is the first thing you ever won?
During a white elephant exchange I received a flatware set. Downside was that it was only for one.

Blog Posts by Kevin

Best practices for protecting your data
Tax Insights
January 2021
Customized reports and analysis
Tax Insights
September 2020
Dashboards and visuals to see your data by
Tax Insights
September 2020
Predictive Analytics – What will happen?
Tax Insights
September 2020
Diagnostic Analytics – Why did it happen?
Tax Insights
September 2020
Descriptive Analytics can help you answer “What happened?”
Tax Insights
September 2020
Where did all those PPP loans go?
Tax Insights
July 2020
Privacy in the time of pandemic
Audit + Accounting: Summing It All Up
March 2020
IT safeguards, are you protecting your business?
Audit + Accounting: Summing It All Up
February 2019
2019 Retirement plan limits released
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
November 2018
Revenue recognition: manufacturing impact
Audit + Accounting: Summing It All Up
July 2018
Utilization of service organizations
Audit + Accounting: Summing It All Up
August 2017
Statement of cash flows: restricted cash presentation
Audit + Accounting: Summing It All Up
January 2017
IRS releases 2017 retirement plan limits
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
November 2016
DOL Fiduciary Rule
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
May 2016
The Importance of Obtaining a Quality Audit
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
November 2015
FASB’s Employee Benefit Plan Reporting Simplification
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
September 2015
Reduced Corrective Contributions
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
May 2015
Accounting Standards Update: Accounting for Identifiable Intangible Assets in a Business Combination
Audit + Accounting: Summing It All Up
February 2015
Plan Corrections Necessary? DOL Corrections Program
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
June 2014
ERISA Accounts – Plan Assets?
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
March 2014

Articles by Kevin

Accounting technology can streamline your department
April 2022
Improved business performance through data analytics
August 2021
Analytics for the New Year
Make your data work for you