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April SaYing Series II

Free Class: April 28, 2014 -- Monday at 7:00 p.m.

During this session, Ying Sa, the firm’s CEO, will help you understand what you need to know when you run your business out of your home. She will help you understand the deduction eligibility for your business. Take this time to learn at no cost from an expert with more than 20 plus years of experience. The event is open to everyone, but the space is limited, so reservations are required. In order to register, contact Dan Kim at 515-288-3188. Thank you!


Choosing an Accountant

Choosing an accountant is more than a business decision; it is also a personal decision. Whether you are an individual who sees an accountant once a year for tax filing, a novice entrepreneur with lots of questions and decisions to make, or the owner of an established business, choosing the right CPA firm is important.

A good accountant is indispensable to the success of every business. And a good accountant is more than just a "numbers" person.

Your CPA should do more than help with tax filings. They should help you be proactive in all of your financial dealings and can also serve as an adviser and sounding board, becoming an invaluable business partner. Experience, credentials, specialized expertise and references need to be factored into your decision, but personality and personal service are also important. And there's peace of mind in knowing who is handling your account.

Good communication, accessibility and service need to be considered. Is the accountant's office open six days a week, does the staff speak many languages, and do clients have 24/7 access to their financial information and online help with managing their books?

Does the staff participate in extensive training and ongoing continuing education, and does the firm subject its work to peer reviews, which are rigorous exams conducted by outside examiners that assure the quality and integrity of the work?

You should not underestimate the value of a Certified Public Accountant. Real value from an accounting firm means superior service, a forward-thinking attitude and a relationship you can rely on. Above all, your primary factor in choosing an accountant should be the value he or she can bring to the relationship. Community CPA & Associates, Inc. will not only meet your expectations, we will exceed them.