If for no other reason than Tax Planning it’s good to have the advice of an accountant. And as far as business management and financial advice access to a good accountant is very desirable. But does that mean you need a CPA?
In general you can assume that anyone who has taken the time to get certified as a CPA, and maintain that certification, is at the upper levels of the skill set of an accountant. It’s a clear credibility booster to be a CPA. If your business can afford the best than a CPA is worth the money.Find additional information at Jones CPA Group, Virginia Beach
But does that mean they are better than a typical accountant. Of course not. But it does indicate a level of commitment that is worth considering. Certainly if legal proceedings are required, the assurance of a CPA will hold more weight than a typical accountant. Again much depends on the reputation of the CPA in the community as well. Certainly an audit by a CPA has an implied level of credibility.
And CPA’s do much more than audits these days. They provide consulting and overall financial planning not only for small and large businesses but also for estate planning, investments, and strategic planning.