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5 Criteria To Rate Your CPA's Effectiveness

Many doctors have expressed frustration with their CPA’s services recently. They complain that they provide little business advice, inadequate tax planning, no embezzlement prevention strategies, and financial reports that are untimely and not useful. Here’s five criteria to determine if your CPA is serving you well.

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Since you likely received little, if any, business training in dental school, you probably rely heavily on your CPA for business, tax, and financial advice. While many CPAs are adept at preparing tax returns and providing basic financial statements, they often fail the most critical test...

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