27 Jun / Trusted Michigan Business Adviser
Schultz & Associates CPA, PLC has been a trusted Michigan business adviser to its clients for more than a decade. We have worked with the self-employed, managers, business owners and entrepreneurs. It is important to know which we are working with before we begin to advise our clients.
A business owner is a client who works on their business rather than in their business. They think about how they can make the business grow. They have a vision for their company. A business owner focuses on the evolution of their business.
Our firm works with these type of businesses frequently, our job in these circumstances can vary based on the needs of the business owner. Often our goal is to assist the client in making better decisions by giving them the information and tools they need. We can act as a sort of virtual CFO.
A self employed individual is a client who has bought themselves a job, and often do not have a desire to grow the business into anything other than what it already is. A self employed person works for his business rather than work on his business. A self employed person focuses on the transactional part of the business.
Our firm works with a lot of these type of businesses, our job in these circumstances is to focus on compliance issues. Preparing financial information for banks, and insurance companies, or tax returns for federal and state governments. We also assist these clients with bookkeeping functions, payroll, and software accounting issues.
Trusted Michigan Business Adviser
Regardless of whether you are a business owner, and entrepreneur or a self employed individual, our team as Schultz & Associates, CPA can help you get the most value out of your accounting services. That is why for many we are a top trusted Michigan Business Adviser.
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