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Tax time: CPA vs. an accountant
Thread poster: Sonya Gerisch

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German to English
Jan 11, 2002

Hi to all. It\'s that time of year again in the US and I am wondering about the differences/advantages of using a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) vs. an accountant for filing taxes. I have used a CPA for several years, but it just gets incredibly more expensive each year. I am thinking of switching to a regular accountant who has worked for a CPA, but is not one. It is about one fourth the cost. Any thoughts?
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