Finding a good CPA here in San Francisco is surprisingly hard. Finding a great CPA is even harder. And finding top-rated CPA firms in San Francisco? Really hard. Unless you just go to Google, read the reviews, and then you can come to us! We are really proud of our reviews and even more excited about how we work hard for each and very client. We want to be the top-rated CPA firm for one person: you.
As far as we are concerned, each client for whom we work as one of the top-rated CPA firms in San Francisco is the most important client we have at that moment. It is absolutely right that it should be that way, and that is what you have every right to expect. When we are dealing with your accounts our job is to leave no stone unturned in order to ensure that you pay the absolute minimum amount of tax. That means that we have to put all our concentration into your business while we are working on your accounts in order to make certain that we never miss a trick.
Our Accountants Concentrate, So That We Don’t Miss Anything
If we did miss something, that would mean that you could end up paying more tax than you should and that would be unforgivable. So we concentrate on every little aspect of your business while we work on your accounts so that we know that we have not missed anything.
For the same reason, we make certain that we keep up with, and fully understand, every change in the tax laws, no matter how small or how complicated they are. That’s why we are regarded as one of the top-rated CPA firms in San Francisco: our accounting staff doesn’t like paying taxes any more than you do, and we get a considerable amount of pleasure from the knowledge that we have prepared your returns in such a way that you are only liable for the minimum and not a cent more.
Of course, a lot of people wonder why we get pleasure from what we do when they think to themselves “it’s math” and remember how much they hated it at school! Yes, there s certainly math involved, but there is a lot more to it than that. It is the fact that we can spot something in a client’s accounts that we can use or legally alter in such a way that it reduces the tax burden. Even if it only saves $25, it all adds up. That’s $25 that is remaining in our client’s bank account and not in the IRS bank account, and that gives us pleasure. Not only that, it makes our client happy and that’s what it is all about, after all.