Small business management, succession planning, budgeting,
forecasting, federal and state taxation, marriage, investments, retirement
income, college tuition, inheritance and estate planning, insurance
coverage, divorce, and long-term care are only part of the list of financial
concerns of most individuals and businesses today. Finding a professional,
objective and knowledgeable advisor to guide people through life's changing
financial environment is a very crucial selection.
Certified Public Accountant, or CPA, is the one professional whose range of
knowledge and abilities can provide the support needed to assure a
lifetime of financial success. The Certified Public Accountant, often referred to as the CPA, can
be your guide to understanding, and profiting from every phase of your
financial future. From wealth building in your early working years, to
estate and retirement planning, a CPA is the one professional who has the
answers to your financial questions.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a
legal title that is earned by meeting the education and testing standards
established by state Boards of Accountancy in accordance with state laws and
A CPA's classroom instruction continues
throughout his or her entire professional career. Most states require that
licensed CPA's attain a number of hours toward continuing professional
education every year.
The designation of Certified Public
Accountant is a symbol of assurance that educational and practical
application standards are met. The CPA uses those capabilities to guide you
through life's changing financial situations.
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