Below you’ll find some frequently asked questions for CPAs. Don’t see what you’re looking for? For more information, please contact Haynie & Company today. We are expertly trained, accomplished, and capable of delivering accounting services uniquely tailored to you and your business.
How Much Does A CPA Cost?
CPAs typically charge by the hour for their services. The exact amount, however, depends on the level of experience of the CPA and the complexity of the work at hand. For example, some businesses want to outsource their entire accounting department, while others just need an extra pair of eyes to review documents during tax season. Call our Las Vegas accounting firm at (702) 242-3444 to speak directly with our accounting professionals. We’ll help you find out what services you need and how much they cost.
What Does A CPA Do?
While working in public accounting firms, a certified public accountant may have a wide range of duties. This includes everything from general bookkeeping and preparing financial statements to bespoke business consulting and audit and assurance services.
At the Haynie & Company Las Vegas CPA firm, we offer the following services:
What’s the Difference Between A CPA and Accountant?
All certified public accountants (CPAs) are accountants, but not all accountants are CPAs.
The designation of “CPA” means a person is a certified public accountant who has passed a CPA exam and met other specific educational and CPA license requirements for the state in which they practice. Thus, when it comes to performing more advanced accounting duties and complying with IRS regulations, a CPA is more qualified than an accountant. In addition, only a CPA can prepare audited financial statements and file reports with the Securities and Exchange Committee (SEC).
Do You Need An Accounting Degree to Be A Certified Public Accountant?
It depends! Different states have different requirements for CPA licensing. Most of them require at least 150 credit hours of college education, including a certain number of accounting and business courses. Some states also require a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field, while others are more flexible and accept degrees in other disciplines as long as they meet the minimum accounting and business course requirements.
To become a certified public accountant (CPA) in Nevada, you must meet the following requirements:
- Complete 150 semester hours of college-level education in accounting, including 24 semester credits or 36 quarter credits in Business core courses at the undergraduate or graduate level.
- Complete 4,000 hours/two years of full-time work experience in the industry.
- Pass the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA) ethics course and exam with a score of 90% or higher.
- Apply for and pass the Uniform CPA Exam.
- Pass a background check.
- Apply for a license with the Nevada State Board of Accountancy and pay the required fees.
What Industries Does the Haynie & Company CPA Firm Serve in Las Vegas?
Our firm is backed by the knowledge and resources to represent clients and empower large and small businesses from a wide range of industries.
Our CPAs in Las Vegas, NV have close experience with the following industries:
No matter what industry you’re in, we encourage you to reach out and find out how Haynie & Company can help. Use the contact form below to get started!
What Licenses or CPA Certifications Do Haynie’s Accountants Have?
Haynie & Company is powered by a reliable team of CPAs and Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs). Many of our professionals are members of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) as well as their local state societies. Click each team member to learn more about their qualifications.
How Does Haynie Help with Business Taxes and Tax Codes?
At Haynie & Company, we’re committed to ongoing education and transparency. We closely monitor plans from Congress and are available all year round to discuss your taxes.
When it comes to tax planning and corporate accounting, a small error could turn into a catastrophe. Fortunately, our team is always here to guide you through the complexities of tax code, accurately prepare tax returns, and protect your interests. In addition to complying with all necessary tax laws and regulations, we also ensure you’re able to take advantage of the best tax planning strategies to save money!
Where Can I Learn About the Latest Tax Laws, IRS News, and Other Finance Tips?
For the latest tax guides and info on financial trends, please visit Haynie’s News & Events page. There, our qualified experts regularly share topics critical to your business.
Is Haynie & Company Hiring?
Haynie & Company is rapidly expanding and we are looking for talented individuals to join our team. Since our start in 1960, we’ve grown from a single office to multiple locations with hundreds of dedicated employees across the United States.
To view all current openings, please visit our Careers page.
Does Haynie & Company Have Accounting Student Internships?
Yes! Every Haynie & Company location has various needs for tax and audit interns. We also hold accounting student events throughout the year. To learn more about our student events and internship opportunities, please visit our Accounting Students page.
What Sets Haynie & Company Apart from Other Las Vegas CPA Firms?
Haynie & Company has over 60 years of compliance expertise. Every member of our firm is dedicated to communicating clearly, exceeding your expectations, and delivering superior results. We intimately understand federal and local Nevada tax laws, so you’re never at risk for undue tax liability. Plus, our Las Vegas associates pride themselves on understanding a vast array of business types (including real estate, construction, small business, and homeowner’s associations) so we don’t waste any time playing catch-up.
In addition to being a BBB A+ Accredited Business, Top 100 QuickBooks ProAdvisor, and listed among Forbes America’s Best Tax and Accounting Firms, we are also proud recipients of Expertise.com’s Best Accountants in Las Vegas 2021 and Best Business Advisors in Las Vegas 2021 recognition.
To find out more, book a consultation with a Las Vegas CPA today by calling (702) 242-3444.