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  • #16
    Here's one more:

    You are generally fine with your accountant and decide to go with him again for the next year. He files your taxes. A couple weeks later, you get a bill and it's $500 more than last year.  No upfront warning.  (BTW - Your income happened to go up about 50% this year.)

    You ask why and he tells you a bs story about how the previous year was actually discounted since you were a first time client.

     

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      Here’s one more:

      You are generally fine with your accountant and decide to go with him again for the next year. He files your taxes. A couple weeks later, you get a bill and it’s $500 more than last year.  No upfront warning.  (BTW – Your income happened to go up about 50% this year.)

      You ask why and he tells you a bs story about how the previous year was actually discounted since you were a first time client.

       
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      lol, a little late to find that out, isn't it? Look for a CPA firm that practices "Fixed Price Billing", commonly called "FPAs" (Fixed Price Agreements). No surprises.
      Working to protect good doctors from bad advisors. Fox & Co CPAs, Fox & Co Wealth Mgmt. 270-247-6087

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