It’s tax season—and your CPA is probably busy preparing your taxes. But when you know how to work most effectively with your accountant, you can transform that relationship from a tactical one to a highly strategic one that guides you throughout the year to support your pursuit of growth and maximize profits while minimizing taxes.
How do you create a relationship with your CPA that includes both top and bottom line strategies?
With the help of our guest, John Dillard, CPA and President of His CPA, P.C., we will discuss how to build a strong relationship with your CPA that not only includes the basics of tax strategies and driving profits, but ultimately creates a unique strategic partnership that matches the needs of your unique family-owned business.
For more than 30 years John has served as a trusted advisor to business owners. Under his professional and knowledgeable guidance, John has helped businesses grow and prosper while creating value for the family-business owners.
While graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1979 from Georgia State University with a BBA in Accounting he was named to two honor societies, he also received the Upcoming Junior Award and passing most of the CPA exam in school. His work career began with the international CPA firm Touche Ross & Co. for whom he worked in the audit department. For ten years thereafter, he worked as an accountant with several firms while climbing up the corporate ladder. Since then he has worked on his own as a CPA for business owners.
John Dillard lives with his wife and his family in Duluth, Georgia, where they are members of Sugarloaf United Methodist Church. They have two children who are eighteen and fifteen years old. John is a native of Atlanta and has practiced as a CPA for thirty years and his firm tailors their services to the needs of business clients. John is also a prolific writer of Christian fiction.
John Dillard, CPA of His CPA, PC can be reached at www.HisCPA.com – 770-814-9304