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Entrepreneurs Should Hire CPAs Who Are Entrepreneurs

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Because if you played the game, you know first hand what it takes to succeed.

vincent-van-zalinge-397903-unsplash(Originally posted 04/12/2018)

As a small to medium-sized business owner, it makes sense for you to work with a CPA who has extensive experience in your world . . . working as an entrepreneur.

Not every lesson can be taught in a classroom.

It’s the same reason that every one of the 23 managers in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame first played professional baseball. In fact, 86 percent of the greatest managers the game has ever seen, played at the major league level. That’s 20 out of 23. Two of the others played in the minor leagues. And the third, Rube Walker, is considered by many baseball historians to be the best pitcher in the Negro League in the early 1900’s; in addition to playing, he founded and managed the Chicago American Giants, one of the most successful Negro League baseball teams of the pre-integration era.

Professional football has a similar story. Of the 24 head coaches in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, only two didn’t have extensive playing experience. And 17 played in the NFL or its predecessor organizations.

Why is that?

Because if you played the game, you know first hand what it takes to succeed.

At Brown Brown & Associates, for example, from the top down, we have team members with exctensive entrepreneurial and small to mid-sized company experience. We’ve been in your shoes, so we understand more about the challenges and opportunities . . .  the little things and the big things it takes to grow and prosper.

It’s a quality that makes a CPA firm like ours especially equipped to serve today’s start-ups and entrepreneurial endeavors. In addition to accounting and planning, we have the tools and experience to provide services tailored to the critical financial aspects of running a modest-sized business.

Our entrepreneurial-oriented services include:

  • Business Consulting
  • Bookkeeping and Accounting
  • New Business Startups
  • Business Valuations
  • Mergers, Acquisitions & Sales
  • Virtual CFO Services
  • Budgeting & Cash Management
  • Auditing & Assurance Services
  • Compilations & Reviews
  • Payroll
  • Succession & Transition Planning

An accounting firm built to work with small to mid-sized businesses will help you define your goals, devise your plan, and stay on track toward your long-term vision—all with an eye focused on the big picture as well as the bottom line. 

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