Frequently Asked Questions
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What should I bring to my free consultation?
If you are a new client, please bring 1-2 years of the most recent filed taxes. We will also need a copy of your driver’s license and banking information if you desire to have any refunds deposited directly into your bank accounts.
How important is it to fill out an organizer?
What happens during an Audit from the IRS?
There are better things to win than the audit lottery, but if you have been selected for an IRS audit, it doesn’t necessarily spell disaster. If you are chosen as a candidate to be audited by the Internal Revenue Service, we can help you to prepare and also act as a liaison during the process. We can also offer our office as a meeting site and be available before and during the audit..
What if I was supposed to file my quarterly taxes and I forgot or didn’t get it done?
If you were scheduled to make a payment during the year, and it wasn’t completed, there are several options that we have to complete the process. We can make a lump sum payment, but please note that there might be a penalty for the late payments.
How Much do you Charge?
Accounting providers are unable to provide set pricing because every individual and business comes to us with a completely unique financial portfolio. During your free consultation, we will assess what you need, the time it will take to get you what you need, and from there, we’ll present you with pricing options for your situation.
What is a CPA?
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an expert in accounting, taxes, and various other business-related areas. In order to become a CPA, you must pass a CPA exam, 150 hours of coursework, have professional accounting work experience, meet state-specific requirements, and obtain a license to practice. CPAs must also comply with continuing professional education requirements in order to provide up-to-date services.
Who Needs a CPA?
CPAs provide a range of services across different types and sizes of organizations. CPAs help public accounting firms, small businesses, and large corporations in a number of capacities from accounting, taxes, and litigation support.
Should I hire a CPA if I’m starting a new business?
It’s not a bad idea. A CPA can help you understand how to structure your company for tax purposes as well as numerous other issues relating to operations. Getting off the right start is critical for a new business. It’s one less hurdle to worry about.
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Aurora, CO 80014