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Selecting an Accountant Wasilla AK

If you don't have an accountant, you should shop around for one just as you would for any other service provider. Many small business owners are more comfortable choosing a CPA as their accountant because, as a rule, they feel it assures them a high level of professional competence

Moonrise Enterprises
(907) 376-9275
Hc 30 Box 5446
Wasilla, AK
 
Bookkeeping Etc
(907) 373-3864
391 E Parks Hwy #C
Wasilla, AK
 
Mat-Valley Bookkeeping
(907) 373-1322
P.O. Box 871469
Wasilla, AK
 
C P Accounting
(907) 376-5376
P.O. Box 872508
Wasilla, AK
 
Ron Morgan EA CPA
(907) 373-1065
1190 North Helen Lane
Wasilla, AK
 
Priscilla Horner CPA
(907) 376-3716
701 E Parks Hwy #202
Wasilla, AK
 
Melvin D Veit CPA
(907) 376-7970
701 E Parks Hwy #203
Wasilla, AK
 
Meca Employment Connection
(907) 376-6322
165 E Parks Hwy #201
Wasilla, AK
 
Bushnell & Mc Mahon
(907) 376-4195
P.O. Box 871684
Wasilla, AK
 
Boyer Bowers & Tegeler
(907) 376-3576
P.O. Box 871625
Wasilla, AK
 

Selecting an Accountant

Selecting an Accountant

Interview several candidates. Ask yourself the following:

  • Does he or she specialize in small businesses of my size? Some firms specialize in and look for large clients.
  • Does he or she adequately understand my business and its unique problems?
  • Does he or she specialize in income taxes?
  • Are other local business people familiar with this accountant?
  • Has he or she received positive recommendations from my peers in the business community?
  • Did the accountant explain the fee structure to me? Am I comfortable with it?
  • Am I comfortable using this person as a business advisor?

Some accountants seek a professional designation to set themselves apart from others. Certified Public Accountants have attained the "CPA" title by passing a rigorous examination covering accounting, business law, auditing, and taxes. A CPA is required to have a college degree (or a high level of work experience), and must meet an annual continuing education requirement. The CPA license is administered in every state by some type of state licensing board. A CPA must abide by a code of professional ethics as administered by a state board of accountancy. Many small business owners are more comfortable choosing a CPA as their accountant because, as a rule, they feel it assures them a high level of professional co...

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