I see this all the time. People want to know if they really need to hire a CPA. My answer is of course, yes! CPA’s can be valuable advisors.
What does a CPA do for a business?
A CPA is such an important asset to businesses. I’ll be speaking in terms of taxes in this description (because that’s me!) We are subject to continuing education requirements and strict ethics laws. We are able to advise on the different tax implications of how your business is structured (sole prop, LLC, S corp or C corp) and are updated on tax law changes. CPA’s have a great knowledge of financial statements and how accounting works, so we can help interpret the financial information you get from your bookkeeper.
Here’s where I can help you.
As a CPA, I offer more than just once-a-year tax preparation. I also don’t do JUST data entry bookkeeping. It’s not the way I like to do things. I’m also super laid back and easy to talk to which means no crazy accounting jargon allowed.
I have the unique ability to use my extensive background in bookkeeping, taxes, and advising to help you increase your cash flow, which equals more money in your pocket and *gasp* actual profits. The profits you get to keep, not the kind you “reinvest” back into the business because it needs the injection of cash to pay bills. Instead of having a bookkeeper and a separate tax person, you get me and I can see the whole picture, so I can help you see the whole picture.
Do you want to schedule a free call so we can talk about how I can help you? Let’s get it set up!