K. W. “Hutch” Hutchinson, CPA, CFP®

Providing solutions to your taxing problems

CPA (Certified Public Accountant)


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Why Choose a Certified Public Accountant for Tax Preparation?

 Today’s ever changing economy and current tax legislation dictate qualified counsel when making financial decisions.  When you contact a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) about business, tax and financial matters, you can be assured that the assistance you receive comes from years of specialized training in money matters and in helping clients like yourself with taxes, business planning, retirement, investments, accounting or concerns about secure financial future. CPAs are more than just individuals who do your yearly taxes. They can advise you on a long list of other services. CPAs are part of a business owner’s professional team along with a banker and a lawyer.

Professional Proficiency:

The CPA designation is given to individuals who demonstrate expertise in the field of accounting and taxes by completing their college education and passing a state-administrated CPA examination. This stringent test consists of a broad range of subjects, including audit, practice, finance, accounting, taxation and professional ethics. Before being certified by the State Board of Accountancy, a CPA candidate must also complete a period of “hands-on experience” with a certified CPA firm.

Education:

A CPA’s education is never complete!  CPAs maintain their professional proficiency and license through a series of mandatory continuing education courses on timely subjects such as taxes, business structure, accounting practices and computerization, just to name a few.