We will deduct $15 for every new customer you refer to Susan A Comko CPA. You will be given client-specific referral coupons at the time of your tax preparation, and again when you pick up your copies.
Here’s some free financial advice – don’t ask how much your Certified Public Accountant costs…Ask how much he or she can save you.
Fortunately, at Susan A Comko CPA you don’t have to choose – you’ll find we’re among the most affordable accounting in Ohio…AND we’ll go out of our way to save you as much money as possible.
Business growth int he face of shrinking tax bills – the best of both worlds.
A CPA is a certified professional accountant. The designation is awarded by the Accountancy Board of Ohio after an accountant undergoes a supervised two-and-a-half-year training program or demonstrates relevant industry experience, then passes a certification exam.
This is from Accountancy Board of Ohio:
CPAs offer a strong set of accounting and managerial skills required for today’s complex and evolving environment. CPAs are broad-minded, forward-thinking professionals who undertake appropriate analysis, exercise good judgment, communicate effectively and act to protect the public interest.
Most growing businesses first think of hiring an accountant when payroll or taxes become too complicated. But accountants can actually help with many different kinds of challenges—business planning, incorporating, communicating with the Canada Revenue Agency during an audit, and more.
By taking care of the “down in the weeds” financials, your accountant can provide you with high-level information that’s easier to understand and act on. With the right reports, you’ll know not only how to keep your business running, but also whether or not you’re doing a good job of running it.
Here are just a few examples of how Susan A Comko CPA can help you achieve success:
Analyze the relevant costs of, for example, producing different products, so you can truly know which one is most profitable.
Determine which of your customer segments costs the most money to serve, in an effort to analyze the profitability of your services.
Help you decide whether to make or buy a component necessary to your production process, purchase or lease office space, hire or outsource workers, and so on.
Accounting information helps you strategically manage your company (or your personal finances). And the ability to think strategically about where your money is going will help you more productively use your resources. With accounting services provided by a good CPA, you’ll be able to make better decisions, take corrective actions when you’re off-course, and make sure you’re getting maximum value from every dollar you spend.
Investopedia, a popular online resource, defines accounting this way:
Accounting is the systematic and comprehensive recording of financial transactions pertaining to a business, and it also refers to the process of summarizing, analyzing and reporting these transactions to oversight agencies and tax collection entities.
In plain language, accounting firms like Susan A. Comko CPA “look after the money” so you can concentrate on growing your business.