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The Most Important Questions You Can Ask Your CPA to Save Money this Tax Season

February 14, 2022

As we inch closer to the 2022 Tax deadline, you may be wondering what, if anything, may have changed from last year’s tax preparation. Or for new entrepreneurs, you may not know what to expect for your first tax preparation. For many business owners, the fear of making a mistake, not knowing about new rules and regulations or even potentially leaving money on the table are some of their top concerns. So, how can your business be prepared? In this episode, we're joined by Dawn Brolin CPA, CFE, who gives us five “must ask” questions for your accountant this tax season.

About Dawn:

Dawn is the CEO of Connecticut-based CPA firm, Powerful Accounting Inc., and the owner of Fight Against Fraud, a training organization dedicated to helping accounting professionals and small businesses optimize their operations and reduce their fraud risks. To learn more about Dawn or her business, visit: http://powerfulaccounting.com/

 

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