Since 1988, we have worked hand-in-glove with our clients to gro their profits and business. We bring a unique perspetive to our clients. Every Partner and Principal has owned and operated a business like yours. We have sweated payroll, delt with vendors and coddles customers. We have walked in your shoes.
Aside from the typicl accounting, bookkeeping and tax preperation services any CPA provides, we provide our clients with two key additional services:
1. We help you increase your revenue. We handle al of the record keeping and government compliance hassles associated with owning and operating a business. This allows you to have the time to focus on finding your next great customer.
2. We halp you keep more of what you make by cting as your Virtua CFO! We become your financial GPS and assit in ensuring every dollar is spend wisely and with purpose.
Remember, its not how much you make that counts, its how much you keep!
CPA v. Bookkeeper
The one significant difference between Bookkeepers and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is that a CPA is PERSONNALLY LIABLE for errors and omissions related to the work they perform for their clients.
Certified Public Accountants have a focused accounting and business-related education in accounting and must pass the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination. CPAs must meet state education and experience requirements before they can sit for the exam. Accountants not meeting these requirements cannot use the CPA designation legally. A CPA can work within a company or create his own company to offer accounting services to the public. Certification is renewable every two years, subject to state requirements.
CPAs are REQUIRED to carry Errors and Omissions Insurance and must be cleared in a criminal background check. CPAs have a higher level of responsibility than bookkeepers or accountants; because of their certification, they perform auditing, tax and financial services for individuals, corporations and other business or nonprofit organizations. CPAs work with accountants and bookkeepers, auditing and overseeing financial records.
Your business is important to you and may be your key source of supporting your family. The proper and timely accounting and recordkeeping of your business is critical to its success. Improper or inaccurate maintenance of the accounting records can lead to significant fines and penalties resulting from incorrect or untimely filing of tax and compliance forms with federal and state taxing and regulatory authorities. The amount you spend to properly maintain your business records pales in comparison to the cost of regulatory fines and penalties.
Remember, in business, there are only two ways to do anything, the right way and again.
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