Can I trust my accountant to do what’s ethically right – and what’s in my best interests? When your confidential information is at stake, those answers are vital. Filing your tax return can feel like risky business — unless you have full confidence in the professional working on your behalf.
Integrity is the foundational difference in our tax service. Our tax professionals are committed to doing what’s right on your tax return and giving ethical advice in every situation. They’ll explain your tax return in understandable terms, so you can make informed decisions based on your values and goals.
Regardless of your tax situation, our professionals bring years of expertise to your return. They prepare returns for both individuals and businesses across various industries. Many are licensed as either an Enrolled Agent or a CPA, giving you the assurance of high-quality, expert work. In the event of an audit, they’re qualified to work with the IRS on your behalf.
At Gehman Accounting, we don’t rush your return through in an assembly line process. Our tax professionals take the time to work with you and are committed to ensuring your peace of mind.
Gehman Accounting tax professionals have many years of experience. Most of our accountants are licensed as either CPAs or EAs.
When we run into a complicated tax situation, we consult our resources and gain advice from the rest of the team.
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an accountant who has earned a professional license. He or she must complete a program of study, gain practical experience, and pass the CPA exam. Each year, a CPA must complete 40 hours of continuing professional education. CPAs provide high-level accounting and tax preparation.
Although Gehman Accounting is not a CPA firm, we have tax professionals licensed as CPAs in the state of Pennsylvania.
Enrolled agents (EAs) are tax practitioners licensed by the federal government. They have a comprehensive knowledge of tax code and are equipped to prepare all types of tax returns. They can represent taxpayers before all levels of the IRS.
To earn the license, EAs must pass an examination or have five years’ experience working for the IRS. They must complete continuing education to maintain Enrolled Agent status.
Many of the tax professionals at Gehman Accounting are EAs.