It is important to build a relationship with your
CPA and make him or her a part of your financial decisions. While
technology will continue to change, your career path may take
unforeseen turns, and other events will occur, you can depend on
your CPA because this relationship will be there for many years and
is backed by a firm that has been in business in the Des Moines area
for over 60 years.
Why should I work with a CPA to Manage
Your CPA will be there for the major events in
your financial life and can act as a partner in your financial
success. Whether you are buying a business, selling a business,
starting a business, getting ready to retire, or just simply filing
your income taxes, you can rest assured that your decisions are
secured with your CPA's advice and council.
According to the Iowa
Society of Certified Public Accountants, how much a CPA can help
depends on your ability to find the right one and clearly
communicate your own goals and objectives.
Navigating the Financial Waters...
It makes sense to have a certified public
accountant backed by a strong firm to assist you throughout your
journey in the business world. Your CPA has experienced many of the
life events that you have and knows how these events can affect your
finances. Here at Timmins, Kroll and Jacobsen, we have CPA's at all
stages in life. It is impossible to know when an unforeseen
circumstance might arise (receiving an inheritance, losing a job,
incurring a major uninsured loss, etc.), but if you have established
a relationship with your CPA, your CPA will be waiting to help you
with the financial aspects of the situation.
Financial Planning at all Ages...
Here at Timmins, Kroll and Jacobsen, we promote the
idea that families should teach financial responsibility to their
children. Parents are encouraged to explain finances to their
children. Children of clients are also encouraged to start
relationships with the family CPA. Financial planning is something
that should begin at a young age.