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It's Time to Stop Worrying About Your Taxes.

Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) can take care of the hard parts of managing your business and personal tax returns. In a world full of tax prep software and thousands of accountants, the value of a CPA can frequently be overlooked. Stop worrying about whether you're getting the best tax advice and start focusing on the things that matter most to you. Find a CPA to add to your financial team today!

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Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) Are Tax Professionals With a Higher Level of Qualification

All CPAs are accountants, but not all accountants are CPAs. To achieve the Certified Public Accountant designation, CPAs must achieve a certain level of education and experience, and pass four exams. The amount of education required is different in each state. CPAs on average must have 2 years of work experience before becoming licensed as a CPA (can vary by state). All CPAs must adhere to the Code of Professional Conduct set forth by their state. Learn more about the level of qualifications a CPA must have to become licensed here.




Why Utilize a Certified Public Accountant?

Using a CPA for your tax & accounting needs ensures a higher standard. CPAs have set themselves apart from other accountants by achieving more education, experience, and by passing four rigorous exams. Using a CPA ensures that you have a tax advisor that is up to date on tax laws because of their continuing education requirements. CPAs are held to a Professional Code of Conduct by their state board and must stay licensed by their state in order to use the CPA designation.

Higher Level of Education

Up to Date on Tax Laws

Represent Clients Before IRS

Must Adhere to State's CPA Code of Conduct

Continuing Education