Accounting Done by a CPA


Is more than putting numbers down on paper it is helping a business move toward consistency. Accounting helps small business understand how they can maintain and achieve profit goals. Managing a P&L statement for a small company is tricky and often takes many hours out of a business day. Using a CPA to make sure your books are accurate and your business is headed in the right direction is key to success.

Many small business do accounting in office and often dread doing the work. By having your accounting performed by a CPA you are not only guaranteed accurate and conforming tax returns you are relieving pressure and stress.

When looking to have a CPA preform your tax work make sure you verify that all license info is valid and the that CPA has experience. A new CPA will not be able to provide the level of knowledge an experienced CPA can provide. I would recommend calling references on new CPA’s and accountants to make sure they are qualified for your business.

A CPA is an accountant that can preform every aspect of accounting not just the one you need at the moment. Many business owners think they need a bookkeeper when they really need a business partner. Business often rely heavily on there accountant to help them with tough business decisions and to make sure they make the right tax moves.

Below is some general info on CPA’s and what is required to be a CPA.

CPA Requirements:

5 Years Of Education

Continuing Education

Passing of The CPA Exam.

Source by Judy Driscoll

Diana McCalpin is an accountant who manages a Certified Public Accounting Practice in Laurel, Maryland which performs audit, accounting and tax services to customers. She loves to share information with clients to help them grow their businesses and be profitable.

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