Hiring a CPA
The following resources are designed to assist you in the process of finding and hiring a CPA:
Essential Tips to Hiring the Right CPA
Why Should I Hire a CPA?
Reasons You Should Hire a CPA
10 Quick Tips for Hiring a CPA
Is Hiring a CPA Worth It? 5 Tips for Getting Your Money's Worth
Are you in need of a CPA? Please use our FREE referral service to find a CPA who meets your needs in your area. Click here.
The South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulations oversees professional licensing boards, including accountancy, and offers an online license verification tool. Click here.
The South Carolina Association of CPAs is dedicated to helping South Carolinians make sound financial decisions through its financial literacy efforts.
Our Nation's Fiscal Health
SCACPA is promoting two nonpartisan initiatives devoted to combating the U.S. federal debt. Fix the Debt is a movement to put America on a better fiscal and economic path. The Comeback America Initiative promotes
fiscal responsibility by engaging the public and key policymakers in
order to achieve solutions to America's fiscal imbalances. We encourage
you to consider getting involved.
Financial Planning for Disaster
Natural or manmade disasters can strike at any time. Of course, your family’s health and security are the most important considerations. Once safety concerns have been addressed, regaining order in your finances is essential for returning to normal life. The South Carolina Association of CPAs advises that proper planning and preparation before disaster strikes is crucial. CPAs offer these tips on how to do it. Learn More
Post your request for audit proposal with the South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants. With more than 3,850 members, SCACPA is a great resource for posting your requests. And, best of all, this service is free of charge! Simply click here to submit your proposal and we'll post your request within two business days.
Total Tax Insights
TheTotal Tax Insights™ calculator is the first-of-a-kind tool brought to you by the CPA profession that will give you a clearer view of your estimated annual tax obligation based on your place of residence across the country. There are more than 20 types of federal, state and local taxes included – some of which may surprise you. The more you know about the taxes you pay, the greater insight you will have to make better informed financial decisions. You may start thinking differently about a lot of things, such as whether to pay off a mortgage, start a new business or when and how to save for retirement. Give it a try and then let’s talk about whether you are ready to begin the process of planning, managing and building your financial future.