Two Investigative Accounting Case Studies

Two Investigative Accounting Case Studies

Are you concerned that you or your business might be the victim of fraud? If you suspect potential misconduct, your financial data may contain all the information you need to make your case and seek restitution. That’s where Culpepper CPA comes in. Our forensic CPAs...
Two Forensic Accounting Case Studies

Two Forensic Accounting Case Studies

What do you do when you think an employee is embezzling money from your company? Or how does a married couple facing divorce divvy up their money and assets? Money can be a sensitive subject at the best of times, so forensic accounting is often the quickest way to...
4 Big Investing Mistakes That People Make

4 Big Investing Mistakes That People Make

As a CPA, I obviously think about investments a lot, and I also get many questions from clients about the most common investing mistakes, as well as the best tax strategies for managing investments. How you handle your investments from a tax standpoint can obviously...
How do the recent tax changes affect businesses?

How do the recent tax changes affect businesses?

2017 ended with a lot more than champagne and fireworks. Recent tax changes wreaked havoc on a lot of people’s business planning. The House of Representatives and Senate reconciled their two versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and on December 22, the...
Financials as a Tool

Financials as a Tool

Halloween is right around the corner, so we’ll tell you a scary story. The story begins with… your finances. Are you nervous yet? That word “finance” makes a lot of people squirm, and the story usually goes something like this: A small business owner avoids digging...
The Importance of Reconciling Bank Statements Each Month

The Importance of Reconciling Bank Statements Each Month

It’s a digital age. We rely on computers, apps, and machines to do things our parents (or we) used to do by hand. You may have a mother-in-law who still balances her checkbook after every check she writes. Well, before you tell her not to worry about that step, you...
An Introduction to Estimated Quarterly Taxes

An Introduction to Estimated Quarterly Taxes

The majority of Americans think about paying taxes only when tax season rolls around—sometime between January 1 and that year’s filing deadline. That works for salaried or hourly employees if their companies automatically take out taxes every pay period, but what...
7 Things Smart People Do When Hiring an Accountant

7 Things Smart People Do When Hiring an Accountant

Dealing with finances is inevitable. Whether on behalf of a business or your family, at some point you’ll have to wade into the murky waters of taxes, accounting, or investments. Unless you like to memorize tax code for fun, it’s probably a good idea to hire an...

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