Looking for California accountants and California CPA firms? Choose from CA accounting firms in these cities.Cities listed on the left column include Anaheim CPA firms, Glendale accounting firms, Bakersfield accountants, accounting firms in Fresno, CPA firms in Oakland, tax accountants in Riverside and San Jose CPAs.
Here are additional financial services, including California CPA and accounting firms with CA tax accountants:
|Company Name||Address||City||State||ZIP Code||Phone Number|
|Aaron, Clavin CPA||1247 7th St # 100||Santa Monica||CA||90401||(310) 458-1796|
|Abaci & Garabedian||4047 N Fresno St||Fresno||CA||93726||(559) 226-6664|
|Abel, Ellen CPA||125 Encline Ct||San Francisco||CA||94127||(415) 469-9100|
|Abel, Peter H CPA||315 Vista DE Valle||Mill Valley||California||94941||(415) 388-4255|
|Abel, Peter H CPA||6239 College Ave # 203||Oakland||CA||94618||(510) 420-8188|
|Abelson, Robert I CPA||2377 Crenshaw Blvd||Torrance||California||90501||(310) 320-2020|
|Abler, Ronald C CPA||25 Old Courthouse Sq # 1||Santa Rosa||CA||95404||(707) 546-0424|
|Abraham, Ashley CPA||1110 California Blvd # F||San Luis Obispo||CA||93401||(805) 464-0664|
|Abrams & Assoc||111 Pine St||San Francisco||CA||94111||(415) 434-2961|
|Abrams, Howard J CPA||32107 Lindero Canyon Rd # 235||Westlake Village||CA||91361||(818) 597-3420|
|EMA Accounting Inc||800 S Brookhurst St # 3b||Anaheim||California||92804||(714) 254-0098|
|Greenspan & Aaronson CPA||3843 S Soto St||Vernon||CA||90058||(323) 585-8044|
|Hawkes & Hastings Accountancy||2700 Ygnacio Valley Rd # 140||Walnut Creek||California||94598||(925) 946-4141|
|May Abrahamsen & Barsanti||3103 Concorde Dr||Mckinleyville||CA||95519||(707) 839-9444|
|Number Crunchers||4800 Easton Dr # 105||Bakersfield||CA||93309||(661) 395-0169|
|Robert O Folkoff Inc||150 Post St # 640||San Francisco||CA||94108||(415) 955-0801|
California CPA firms offer services that include:
Accelerated depreciation, bookkeeping, management decisions, back office, balance sheet, bad debts, current assets, fixed assets, income tax expense, intangible assets, inventory, net income, bank statements, benchmarks, book value, bookkeeping, income statement, planning, P&L, cash payments, net operating assets, net worth, operating expenses, overhead costs, QuickBooks training, estate and trust tax preparation and planning, retirement planning, portfolio asset management, college funding, insurance planning (life, disability, long-term care), debt, IRS rules, disbursements, Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization, EBITDA, embezzlement, expenses, money, fixed assets, fixed expenses, fraud, gross margin, income, taxes, asset accounts, budgeting money, income tax expenses, inventory, investments, taxable income, and valuations.
The California Secretary of State files articles of incorporation for the business entities of the state. This is not all the Secretary of State does for the business sector. The Secretary of State also files notary public certifications, records Uniform Commercial Code Filings, issues Authentication of Documents and Apostilles, records trademarks and service marks, protect archives about the state, and the Secretary of State may prorate the amount of an award for the fund of victims of corporate fraud. California like most states has the capabilities of governing the newly created entities file for incorporation online through the state Website.
California residents and businesses have many options when working with California CPA firms that offer everything from individual tax return assistance to corporate payroll guidance. The median income of households in California was $60,392. Eighty-three percent of the households received earnings and 15 percent received retirement income other than Social Security. Twenty-four percent of the households received Social Security. The average income from Social Security was $14,772. These income sources are not mutually exclusive; that is, some households received income from more than one source.
The median monthly housing costs for mortgaged owners was $2,292, nonmortgaged owners $439, and renters $1,116. Fifty-two percent of owners with mortgages, 15 percent of owners without mortgages, and 54 percent of renters in California spent 30 percent or more of household income on housing.
Source: American Community Survey, 2005-2009