FAQ

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions 

Q: Will my information be kept confidential?
A: At our accounting firm, we have strict confidentiality for our clients' affairs. When you hire us, you can expect complete discretion. We will not share your business or tax status with anyone, including relatives, associates or friends who might have referred you to us.

Q: Do you provide year-round service?
A: We are here for our clients 12 months a year, not just during tax season. If you have a simple tax question, need advice, or want clarification on a government notice, we encourage you to give us a call.

Q: What is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)?
A: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is the legal title of qualified accountants in the United States. CPAs must pass the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination and meet additional state education and experience requirements for certification. 

In most states, only licensed CPAs can provide public attestation opinions on financial statements. CPAs function as independent auditors and can act as advisors to individuals, businesses, financial institutions, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies for a variety of finance and tax-related matters.

Q: What type of services does a CPA offer?
A: CPAs are trained to use sound judgment to help people and organizations to make informed decisions about the use of economic resources. CPAs have the technical knowledge and skills to provide these services to individuals, businesses, corporations, government organizations, and nonprofit organizations.

Additional Questions?

If you have more questions, we encourage you to contact us.
Call (850) 200-0751 today, and we’d be happy to answer any questions you have.

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