CPA Solutions

As a small-to-medium-sized business, you likely need CPA services, but you may not be able to afford a full-time accountant right now. That’s understandable — your business is still growing. Additionally, as much as you need CPA services, you may not need them 40 hours per week. That’s the beauty of working with Integrated Solutions — you get the advantage of having professionals at your disposal without bearing the cost of employing them full time.

CPAs from Integrated Companies

Before to starting your business, you may have only thought about CPAs in terms of your yearly tax filing. But now that you own and operate a growing business, you realize the need for a CPA for so many tasks. Of course, you still need a CPA to prepare your taxes, and business taxes have completely different sets of rules from personal taxes. The fact that they change significantly every year doesn’t help.

Your account manager can also prepare profit-and-loss statements, balance sheets and other important financial documents.
  • Prepare and distribute payroll checks

  • Tax filing for State withholding, State Unemployment, FICA and Federal Withholding

  • Payroll data maintenance and record keeping

  • Vacation and Sick leave tracking

  • Direct deposit option

  • Annual Audited Financial Statements

  • Year-end W-2's and W-3's

  • I-9 compliance and administration

  • Tax administration

  • Electronic employee file and record keeping

  • Federal Certified Payroll processing and reports

  • Verifications and inquiries administration

  • Quarterly Tax Audits

  • Prepare and distribute payroll checks

  • Tax filing for State withholding, State Unemployment, FICA and Federal Withholding

  • Payroll data maintenance and record keeping

  • Vacation and Sick leave tracking

  • Direct deposit option

  • Annual Audited Financial Statements

  • Year-end W-2's and W-3's

  • I-9 compliance and administration

  • Tax administration

  • Electronic employee file and record keeping

  • Federal Certified Payroll processing and reports

  • Verifications and inquiries administration

  • Quarterly Tax Audits

  • Prepare and distribute payroll checks

  • Tax filing for State withholding, State Unemployment, FICA and Federal Withholding

  • Payroll data maintenance and record keeping

  • Vacation and Sick leave tracking

  • Direct deposit option

  • Annual Audited Financial Statements

  • Year-end W-2's and W-3's

  • I-9 compliance and administration

  • Tax administration

  • Electronic employee file and record keeping

  • Federal Certified Payroll processing and reports

  • Verifications and inquiries administration

  • Quarterly Tax Audits

Bookkeepers for Hire in Utah

Some people will use the terms bookkeeper and accountant interchangeably, but this is a mistake. Generally speaking, bookkeepers help with payroll, invoicing, and recording transactions in ledgers. Many bookkeepers are trained on the job and there is no formal license required. For this reason, bookkeepers are significantly less expensive to use than accountants or CPAs.

Accountants are professionals who have obtained a bachelor’s degree in accounting and completed the requisite number of service hours. They are not licensed, as CPAs are. To be a CPA, you must complete additional hours of training and pass a state licensing exam. Therefore, CPAs can be pricier than accountants.

If you are unsure of what type of professional you need for your business, the staff at Integrated Companies can help. While accountants can do bookkeeping tasks, they also perform many important analytical tasks, including financial planning, data analysis, and identifying future trends. You may do best with a bookkeeper and a CPA or accountant for hire, splitting the tasks between them.

Why a CPA for Your Utah Business Is Important

If you have been doing your own accounting tasks thus far, one major benefit of turning this job over to an accountant for hire is the time you will get back. Especially if you are the CEO of your company, spending a growing number of hours each week on accounting tasks is likely hurting your business. Any qualified CPA can handle the accounting tasks at any business, but only you know the best way to operate your business. Your time is better spent on managing and growing your business.

Additionally, assuming you are not an accountant, you are undoubtedly not getting the full benefit that a CPA could bring you in the form of deductions, advice and analysis. Even worse, you may be making mistakes that could cost you fines.

Contact us today to learn more about how you can get professional services such as bookkeepers, CPAs or accountants for hire through Integrated Solutions.

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