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Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) act as independent auditors, as well as financial and tax advisors to individuals, businesses, the government and the not-for-profit community.  CPAs are professionals and distinguished from other accountants by stringent licensing requirements.  They typically have a college degree or its equivalent, pass a rigorous two and a half day national examination, and meet certain experience requirements in order to qualify for the CPA Certificate and State License.  In addition, CPAs are governed by a strict code of professional conduct.  The hallmarks of this profession are:  independence, objectivity and integrity.

The ways in which a CPA might serve you, your business or governmental entity include:

  • Recommending tax planning strategies.
  • Preparing tax returns.
  • Advising individuals on personal financial planning including retirement and estate planning.
  • Reviewing a company�s accounting system and recommending improvements.
  • Consulting on business problems and advising ways to improve the use of a client�s resources.
  • Assisting in the design and installation of data processing and management information systems.
  • Conducting special studies (financing, inventory, cost accounting, credit and collection) for business, government and non-profit organizations.

Susan Folsom, CPA      Folsom Accounting Services      1605 Main Street, Dunedin, FL 34698
Phone: (727) 738-8906      Fax: (727) 738-0583

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