What Your CPA in Washington State Can Do for Your Business
Does tax-time sneak up on you every fiscal year leaving you scrambling for receipts and records? Do you find yourself befuddled by financial facts and figures, and sweating out the paperwork? As a business owner, your time is best spent every day on growing your business, handling business negotiations, and settling any issues that arise. You don’t have time to review complex changes in the local, state, and federal tax laws. Nor do you have the capacity to continually review your financials in order to make sound business decisions. But if you don’t do it, who will?
Savvy business owners know that a CPA in Washington State can help with a range of financial concerns that go far beyond filing annual tax returns:
- A CPA acts as a vital partner in assessing your changing business needs.
- A CPA helps you establish solid, effective business practices that lead to profitability.
- A CPA helps manage your business’s accounting and tax preparation which helps take the burden off of you.
- A CPA keeps up with the complex changes in tax law and business regulations so that you don’t have to.
In short, a CPA in Washington State helps you as a business owner far beyond tax time. Ideally, your CPA acts as your trusted business advisor all year long.
At Curnow & Curnow, our CPAs work with you to understand your business model, your goals, and help you improve accounting procedures so you can continue to focus on growing your business. We’ll help you understand the big-picture financials so you can make better business decisions.
Call Curnow & Curnow, PLLC, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants today at (360)676-6655 to know more about our CPAs in Washington State. We have the expertise you need to keep your business on solid financial ground.
Get the Most Value from Your CPA in Washington State
While a CPA will have some great suggestions on how you can get the best value for your money, there are few steps you can do to get the most out of your CPA as well:
- Be prepared with your plans and objectives – a CPA is in the best position to help and serve your needs when they understand your goals.
- Clearly communicate your goals and the expectations you have for your CPA’s services – if you plan to handle routine, day-to-day accounting tasks, let your CPA know and design a schedule for reviews that works for your business.
- Keep your CPA informed of changes in your business, with your employees, and business transactions – anything that might have an impact on tax liability or financial goals.
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