These three letters hold significant value within accounting but many outside the industry do not know what it stands for or the work involved to earn this credential. In order to better understand the firm’s line of work and the structure of our business, we have provided a breakdown of the qualifications that must be met to earn and maintain good standing as a Certified Public Accountant.
A CPA must:
– hold an undergraduate degree
– pass a comprehensive and rigorous four-section qualifying examination
– meet strict state licensing guidelines
– fulfill 120 continuing education hours within a 3 year period
– adhere to a code of professional ethics
The effort to meet these qualifications is then passed on as a valuable benefit to you, our clients and friends:
~Tax updates and knowledge acquired from our continuing education will be utilized in tax preparation and business consulting work.
~CPAs often choose to concentrate on a particular area to assist clients such as business consulting or estate planning.
These unique concentrations and specialized skills are what set CPAs apart from other accounting professionals.
When you come to our firm, you can rest assured that you have placed your sensitive tax information in the qualified hands of trusted advisors who will focus on your best interest.
We will strive to provide the utmost Caring Personal Assistance to meet your tax, accounting and consulting needs.