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CPAs Who Understand Small Business Tax Deductions

August 14, 2010

As you grow as an entrepreneur and develop your business it is important to surround yourself with a “dream team” of business professionals who can help you strategically maximize your every move. 

A major contributor to this business professional dream team should be your tax attorney or CPA.  In some cases, if you are not maximizing your business tax deductions, your tax preparer may know about the deductions. But he or she may not have shared the allowable tax deductions for various reasons: They may not understand that you have a growing business. They may be bogged down with clients and thinking that they want to complete what is asked of them—not necessarily make strategic recommendations to each client.  And there could be a host of other reasons.  Or, it could be the case that your CPA or tax preparer simply is not aware of the tax deductions.

Either way, you should get up to speed yourself and begin taking the deductions that belong to you.  If your tax preparer is not familiar with the deductions or is unwilling to learn how to help you take advantage of them, then find someone who knows how to help you.

One person I definitely recommend is my CPA—Melissa Probst.  Here’s how you can reach her:

Melissa A. Probst, CPA
P.O. Box 1987
Suwanee, GA 30024-0975

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