Certified Public Accounts are no longer just number crunchers and tax preparers; they are business and financial strategists, who help organizations chart paths for a successful future. Individuals turn to their CPAs for tax and financial planning services, estate planning, and more. The CPA designation is one of the most widely recognized and highly trusted professional designations in the business world. CPAs are distinguished from other finance professionals by stringent qualification and licensing requirements. Individuals have worked hard to obtain the CPA designation, and they are committed to working even harder to deliver the value that it conveys.

  • Payroll
  • Accounts Payable/Receivable Audit
  • Employer sponsored 401(k), 403(b), and ESOP plans, etc. Consulting
  • General Business Operations Business Transition
  • Planning and consulting assistance on mergers and acquisitions
  • New Business Start Up Tax
  • Income tax return preparation for individuals, businesses, estates, and trusts, non-profit organizations and qualified plans
  • Federal, State and Local Tax Planning Estate and gift tax returns
  • Sales and use tax reporting, Ad Valorem tax reporting, Franchise tax reporting, and Dealings with IRS
  • Bookkeeping system implementation