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What To Expect From Our Veterinarian CPA's

How Are Veterinary CPA's Different?

In a typical CPA firm, the practice works with all types of businesses, organization, and individuals. As a result, veterinarians represent a very thin portion (less than 1%) of their overall practice because the firm works with everything from restaurants to retail to non-profits to construction.

By hiring a Veterinary Certified Public Accountant (CPA) that provides a boutique level of expertise, not only will you have a sound financial system with excellent reporting, you'll have a trusted advisor to make better-informed business decisions. And, a VET CPA also has peers around the country to canvass for extremely rare situations.

While our Veterinary accountants are CPA’s as well, the size of our member firms is closer to the size of your Veterinary practice. That’s why our fees are more reasonable and well understood in advance, rather than billed hourly.

Typically, our members are sole CPA practitioners and occasionally, 2-4 partner CPA Firms with a staff of less than ten. And, our Veterinary accountants tend to be younger and more tech-savvy than large established CPA Firms.

At the larger CPA Firms that service hundreds and hundreds of veterinarians, you feel like a number rather than a valued personal client because staff sizes are huge and typically cater to the larger Veterinary practices that can easily justify higher professional fees billed hourly.