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Life was simpler before kids. We could file our own taxes, maybe get a refund. After buying our house and having twins, we needed help. SINGER TAX met with us, explained everything in easy to understand terms, and helped us prepare for future years. And the refund . . . was great.Glenn & Hilory
We were referred to David at Singer Tax and Accounting by a respected business associate well over 10 years ago and have been going to him ever since. We have been more that satisfied with the services we’ve received. So much so, that we have referred numerous people to them over the years.Jennifer S.
CPA & Accountant Services for Arizona Taxpayers
What is the Role of a CPA?
- Personal taxes and financial planning
- Corporate and small business tax preparation
- Tax planning
- Auditing and bookkeeping services
- Advice for developing effective systems of accounting for new businesses
In recent years the jobs a CPA is tasked with has grown immensely. In today’s day in age, it’s not uncommon to see a certified public accountant wearing multiple hats, including financial planning, tax work, auditing, consulting, and everything in between.
All CPAs are in fact accountants, but all accountants are not CPAs. Each CPA has conducted extensive training in his/her field and achieved additional state certification to be given the title of Certified Public Accountant.
Prior to meeting a CPA and signing an engagement letter, you should thoroughly interview and research your potential accounting professional. This can be done by checking online resources or speaking with former/current clients.
CPAs charge considerably more than the standard accounting professional or tax preparer, so don’t waste his/her time, as they bill hourly! Instead, know beforehand what exactly you need your CPA to go over and cover on your behalf; this should undoubtedly save you money in the long run.