CPA Firm in growing Metroplex area seeking Successor
Very successful sole proprietorship (Professional Corporation), seeks the owner's successor in carrying on with our clients into the future. This is a mid-level entry position for an aspiring CPA candidate looking to become a local practitioner in the Accounting Profession. The Current CPA has over his career mentored three employees through the CPA exam process all of whom became licensed in the state of Texas while employed with him.
Our firm started in 1981 and has grown to a firm with 6 employees and revenue exceeding 375,000 annually (and our growing community is full of new prospective clients) Our practice has the typical mix of tax prep/consulting, bookkeeping, payroll accounting and reporting. As a smaller community CPA firm, we also become the sounding board for our clients in financial matters concerning them. We have on staff a Forensic CPA who does court-related services for fraud and asset analysis for court contests. The Current owner also has developed an extensive practice in court-appointed Estate and Trust administration in the local county probate and judicial courts.
The ideal candidate would have superior communication skills with peers, employees, and clients. That candidate should be willing to learn the ins and outs of Quickbooks bookkeeping services, payroll reporting and accounting, and computer-based tax return applications, and learn to oversee employee data input and the requisite review processes. This person should be willing to enhance their knowledge base through substantial CPE courses, and local community involvement and be actively pursuing their CPA credentials. the successful candidate having demonstrated success in the matters would become eligible to succeed the current owner. Terms of which are flexible based on the needs of the candidate and the current CPA
Currently occupied by a 71-year-old CPA who has practised the profession for nearly 50 years he looks forward to having an associate pick up the harness of our firm. He is classified as a LEGACY MEMBER of the TXCPA. He is not looking to "retire" as such, but pass on our legacy to the next generation and will continue to be active in the profession as time and health permit. Having done this all these years, one learns that the "buck stops at his office". It's time to pass that on to the next generation.
If you have the right stuff...let us know.
5-year Account BBA or 4 years plus master's required to sit for the CPA exam.
Some experience in the public accounting profession.