Can a Washington State CPA Help You Get a Hold on your Financials?
A certified public accountant, or CPA, is a professional in charge of monitoring and keeping track of financial records – for individuals, small businesses, and business owners. In our current, challenging financial times, the need to hire a qualified and experienced CPA has never been more important. The tax laws are constantly changing and the business rules simply aren’t what they used to be. Many business owners have no idea of the pitfalls that await them should they use inaccurate data or a standard tax program to file their tax returns.
One of the most important advantages of having your tax returns prepared by a professional accountant is that your accountant is always up to date with the latest rules and regulations in tax law.
Moreover, having an accountant review your monthly and/or quarterly financials is an excellent assurance that the day-to-day financial decisions you are making are the best ones to support your business growth. One disadvantage of using a standardized tax program is that the software can’t tell you how to understand the overall analysis of your financial picture. An experienced accountant can give you that big picture view.
At Curnow & Curnow, our WA State CPAs will take the time to understand your business, your goals, and implement steps to help you improve your accounting procedures. While it’s important to understand the big picture (and we can help give you that perspective), we believe the day to day efforts are critical as well.
Call Curnow & Curnow, PLLC, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants today at (360) 676-6655 to engage a professional Washington state CPA. We have the expertise you need to make the best financial decisions for your business.
5 Questions to ask Your Washington State CPA
Every business owner wants to know how to reduce taxes and improve earnings. A Washington state CPA at Curnow and Curnow can help you understand those needs and what steps you should implement to get the results you want. To that end, the following are questions you should ask your CPA:
- What steps can I take to minimize my taxes?
- What systems should I be using to simplify my financial reporting and bookkeeping?
- What accounting matters should I be thinking about this year, next year, and beyond?
- What can I do to improve my own or my business’ cash flow?
- What can you do to make my life, my work easier as a business owner?
To schedule an interview and discuss what you need from your WA State CPA, fill in this form and we’ll give you a call. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.