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what is the average salary of an accountant

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If I win the lotto should I hire a CPA? Asking for a friend.

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What is a CPA?

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A CPA is a certified public accountant,who offers financial services in areas such as corporate finance, corporate governance, estate planning, and forensic accounting....Read More

How much does it cost to hire a CPA?

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Hiring a CPA can cost $30-$50 per hour or more. The cost will vary based on your geographic location, and on the financial services being provided. If you're hiring a CPA to prepare tax returns for a small business, expect to pay $750-$1,500, depending on the complexity of the tax situation. Hiring a CPA to handle individual tax returns can cost $200 or more....Read More

How is a CPA different from an accountant or bookkeeper?

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CPAs, accountants, and bookkeepers all provide financial services, but each brings a different level of authority and training.
  • Bookkeepers serve a largely clerical role, and are focused primarily on things like generating daily accounting records, generating invoices, and managing payroll.
  • Accountants have more training and responsibility than bookkeepers, and come armed with a four-year college degree. Accountants often serve in a managerial role, and they may oversee the work handled by bookkeepers.
  • CPAs are the most technically qualified of this group. CPAs are required to have specific training and education, and they must pass an exam and obtain state licensing to legally use the CPA designation. CPAs may provide auditing, tax preparation and other financial services for companies or individuals, and they may oversee work done by bookkeepers and accountants.
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