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A. L. Schmidt CPA, LLC CFE logo
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A. L. Schmidt CPA, LLC CFE

Dayton, OH, Montgomery

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‘19 Certificate of Excellence, 2019
A. L. Schmidt CPA, LLC CFE logo
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A. L. Schmidt CPA, LLC CFE

Dayton, OH, Montgomery

(2)
‘19 Certificate of Excellence, 2019

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Our firm assists in everything from tax preparation, to financial statements, to financial planning, to forensic accounting, to internal auditing, to income tax, and assisting defense contractors in interacting with the Defense Contracting Audit Agency.

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31 July 2018

I have been referring clients to Lee for over 14 years. Here's what I know. The best way to represent someone, is through understanding them. When it comes to accounting and tax, few CPA's build firms around the concept of understanding. A.L. Schmidt CPAs is the firm that give your the most valuable thing in the world, time. In doing so, they are able to know you, by knowing you they get to understand you. And like I said before, if someone understands you, they will be the best to represent you well when you need it. Lee and Dave take the time to understand your need and will represent you to the degree you allow them to. So, get to know them well too. - SL More...

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31 July 2018

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Getting an accountant or bookkeeper is not a lifestyle decision, it’s a business decision. Investing in professionals – or changing the way you use them – can bring considerable returns.

We’ll keep control of your tax obligations, identify savings, and help you grow your business. And yes, as a bonus, we will give you back your weekends.

Here’s what you might be missing:

As a small business owner, you have to do a lot yourself. There simply isn’t the money to outsource much. In deciding whether or not to get outside help on something, you have to ask if doing it yourself creates extra risks or costs.

Here are the potential downsides of DIY bookkeeping and accounting.

You miss out on tax breaks by failing to claim valid expenses.
You fall behind with invoicing (and with chasing unpaid accounts).
You underestimate your tax bill and get into trouble with the government.
Tax returns and other compliance paperwork is filed late, resulting in fines.
The books end up with mistakes that take hours to fix.
You don’t have reliable information to help you make business decisions.

We love helping businesses and their owners thrive. We enjoy it when we can calm the fears of someone who has just received a notice from the IRS.

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