Mark is by far the best accountant/ tax prep individual I've ever worked with. Not only is he honest, he is friendly, prompt, responsive, hard working, and very wise! He's been in this business for a long time so he knows exactly what he is doing. This tax year was a bit complicated for me so I did some research to find someone who can help me with situation. Mark went above and beyond! He was able to literally squeeze every penny he can for my tax deduction! In addition, he worked way more than I expected and his price is well below any competitor out there! I've had some tax preparer that charged an arm and a leg when I first had to start doing taxes and with confidence Mark is the most affordable and beyond a stretch the most helpful! He was able to uncover a lot of things I never knew being newly married and also entering the realm of self-employment. If you want your tax in good hands, Mark is definitely the man! I will continue to work with Mark not only as just a tax prep person, but also a personal accountant/ business advice guru for my self-employment ventures! Highly recommended!
The word "accountant" is derived from the French word compter, which is also derived from the Italian and Latin word computare. The word was formerly written in English as "accomptant", but in process of time the word, which was always pronounced by dropping the "p", became gradually changed both in pronunciation and in orthography to its present form.
Financial accounting refers to the processes used to generate interim and annual financial statements. The results of all financial transactions that occur during an accounting period are summarized into the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. The financial statements of most companies are audited annually by an external CPA firm. For some, such as publicly traded companies, audits are a legal requirement. However, lenders also typically require the results of an external audit annually as part of their debt covenants. Therefore, most companies will have annual audits for one reason or another.
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The financial statements that summarize a large company's operations, financial position and cash flows over a particular period are concise and consolidated reports based on thousands of individual financial transactions. As a result, all accounting designations are the culmination of years of study and rigorous examinations combined with a minimum number of years of practical accounting experience.