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Old 02-17-2010, 05:02 PM
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All due respect to those who say you don't need a CPA, but a CPA is the way to go!! The CPA will do your amortization and keep track of it year to year. CPAs are required to continue education, therefore they will know about any new rules, laws ,etc. My CPA learned of a few tax credits for landscapers I bet some of you who do your own taxes don't know about (regular tax preparers probably don't know about either). A CPA knows how to do things that avoid audits. If you are audited, the CPA knows how to prepare correctly for the audit. My CPA will be there with me. Be smart, not cheap, hire a CPA!
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