Important Questions To Ask Yourself When Selecting A CPA For Your Business

Does Your Accountant Save Your More Than They Cost?
 
Do you look at your accountant as an expense for your business rather than an investment in your future security and profitability?

Does your accountant regularly communicate with you to advise you on little known but readily available information on how to keep you and your business ahead of your competitors?

Does your accountant help you and your business by telling you how to get what you really want for your business and your family?

Do you feel your accountant should regularly tell you how to take advantage of money saving, perfectly legal, tax strategies that the IRS would rather you not know?

Do you feel that your accountant should minimize taxes throughout the year and not wait to look at your numbers until after your entire year is over when it is too late to reduce taxes?

Do you feel that your accountant should give you money saving advice to help your business by telling you how to put more $$$ in your pocket with little known business concepts?
 
Do you feel your accountant should understand your business and give you exceptional business advice on top of minimizing taxes?

Do you feel that your accountant should really care about your business needs and not just the numbers?

Do you feel that your business has outgrown what your bookkeeping / accounting services because your accountant does not communicate?

Do you feel less important when your tax returns are consistently filed late or are extended by your accountant?

Does it upset you when you are penalized for payroll tax violations or get IRS notices warning of harsh actions like levies, liens, and seizures?

Do you feel your accountant should tell you about your present financial condition to help you have a better understanding of where you and your business are heading?

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