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Have you ever really analyzed your costs associated with having an in-house traditional accountant vs using an outsourced accounting firm?

Most businesses only look at the hourly rate for an accountant or bookkeeper.  They don't take into account the cost of overhead a lower level on-site bookkeeper, employer/company paid employment taxes, space in office, office supplies, the owner time spent explaining the business transactions, etc.  Stop paying all of that overhead and get back to doing what you should be doing; running your business and leave the accounting to the pros.

Every time you pick up the phone to ask a simple question from a CPA it will cost you $25 minimum every time you call for 15 minutes of their time with a simple question. 

Contact me today for a customized quote for your business and let me show you how your business can get accurate and timely financial reports at a fraction of the cost of a traditional accountant/bookkeeper.  

BENEFITS OF USING MOBILEACCOUNTANTAZ ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING 

1.) Become more organized and efficient; get a clear picture on how your business is doing at any given time. Knowing this will help you to make more educated decisions and show you where you can cut costs.

2.) Using my service is cheaper than hiring an employee. I am dependable and you will have the assurance that everything is done right and on time.

3.) It’s definitely less stressful than doing it all of yourself. As a small business owner you are usually doing 5 different jobs at any given time. Why deal with the stress of working with your customers all day and have to spend your nights and weekends wresting with paperwork? Wouldn’t you rather spend your time off with your family or doing something for yourself? Why wait until tax season rolls around to get all of your financial documents together? I can take all of that off of your shoulders!  I guarantee open lines of communication and professional on time service that is very comfortable, affordable, dependable and convenient.

4.) Having a regular ongoing accountant / bookkeeper helps cut cost at tax time!  Do you really want to pay your accountant anywhere from $100 - $200 PER HOUR to sort through a pile of papers?  Let your CPA do your tax returns and let MobileAccountantAZ Accounting and Bookkeeping do everything else for less! With MobileAccountantAZ doing your accounting and bookkeeping you will know that everything is in the right place so at the end of the year you can just hand your accountant the file and that’s it!  I work with your CPA / Tax person at year end, review the files, answer any questions and you don’t have to do anything. My books are CPA ready before they go to him or her with very little adjustments needed.


Bookkeepers, Accountants vs CPAs.  What are the differences? 
At this time of year small business owners always have the same confusion on the differences between bookkeepers, accountants and CPA's.  I am an accountant with a 4 year degree.  I also have over 30 years of experience at Senior levels with two large corporations,  
As such, the State of Arizona has no authority for licensing as they do with CPA's. I am unable to do the work of a CPA such as filing taxes or giving out advice at the level of CPA's.  However with that said, if you are a small business owner on a tight budget it just makes good sense to use an accountant to do the simple day to day accounting functions such as billing, payables, bank and credit card reconciliations.  As a degreed accountant I am able to do most of what is needed to keep a solid and accurate set of financials for most any business, but a CPA or Tax Preparer will always have final review rights on what is actually allowed on the tax filing. 
There are good and bad bookkeepers and accountants just as there are good and bad CPA's.   I have taken over some real messes caused by sloppy and shoddy work from all levels of this business. 
As a result I have nearly 95 percent retention of my clients over the years. The 5 percent that are no longer with me closed their doors for relocation, retirement or family issues.   
I work closely with CPA's on a regular basis all across the Valley for any of my clients that want me to handle that communication so they don't have to be bothered by it.  Accountants such as myself charge 1/3rd of what a CPA charges in most cases for simple date entry and accounting functions.  A CPA won't usually get detail into your accounting software using Quickbooks.  (At least the ones I have seen and dealt with, they usually hire accountants to do the Quickbooks part of the detailed work)  CPA's (again, the ones I have worked with) most likely put in higher level lump sum entries.  I offer my clients detailed work on a daily or weekly basis then I wrap it all up for month end for them all; again with their CPA or tax person having the final review.  
I am registered with the IRS as a separate business entity and I carry all the necessary E&O and Liability Insurance to protect my clients and any future clients against fraud.  I have seen first hand, the damage that an unethical accountant can do to a business and it makes our entire profession look bad.  
So.... if you are a small business owner ask for references, ask for current clients contact names and phone numbers and also ask for the names of any CPA's that the accounting services you are considering hiring.  
My references, names and numbers are all available to anyone that asks, no problem.  
Have a great business day all  
http://work.chron.com/differences-between-bookkeepers-vs-accountants-vs-cpas-4173.htmlcountants vs CPAs.  What are the differences? 
At this time of year small business owners always have the same confusion on the differences between bookkeepers, accountants and CPA's.  I am an accountant with a 4 year degree.  I also have over 30 years of experience at Senior levels with two large corporations,  
As such, the State of Arizona has no authority for licensing as they do with CPA's. I am unable to do the work of a CPA such as filing taxes or giving out advice at the level of CPA's.  However with that said, if you are a small business owner on a tight budget it just makes good sense to use an accountant to do the simple day to day accounting functions such as billing, payables, bank and credit card reconciliations.  As a degreed accountant I am able to do most of what is needed to keep a solid and accurate set of financials for most any business, but a CPA or Tax Preparer will always have final review rights on what is actually allowed on the tax filing. 
There are good and bad bookkeepers and accountants just as there are good and bad CPA's.   I have taken over some real messes caused by sloppy and shoddy work from all levels of this business. 
As a result I have nearly 95 percent retention of my clients over the years. The 5 percent that are no longer with me closed their doors for relocation, retirement or family issues.   
I work closely with CPA's on a regular basis all across the Valley for any of my clients that want me to handle that communication so they don't have to be bothered by it.  Accountants such as myself charge 1/3rd of what a CPA charges in most cases for simple date entry and accounting functions.  A CPA won't usually get detail into your accounting software using Quickbooks.  (At least the ones I have seen and dealt with, they usually hire accountants to do the Quickbooks part of the detailed work)  CPA's (again, the ones I have worked with) most likely put in higher level lump sum entries.  I offer my clients detailed work on a daily or weekly basis then I wrap it all up for month end for them all; again with their CPA or tax person having the final review.  
I am registered with the IRS as a separate business entity and I carry all the necessary E&O and Liability Insurance to protect my clients and any future clients against fraud.  I have seen first hand, the damage that an unethical accountant can do to a business and it makes our entire profession look bad.  
So.... if you are a small business owner ask for references, ask for current clients contact names and phone numbers and also ask for the names of any CPA's that the accounting services you are considering hiring.  
My references, names and numbers are all available to anyone that asks, no problem.  
Have a great business day all  
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