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David Knoble, CPA, PLLC

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CPA in Ballantyne

David Kno­ble, CPA, PLLC is a Cer­ti­fied Pub­lic Account­ing firm in Pineville, NC.  We serve Indi­vid­u­als, Fam­i­lies and Small Busi­nesses in the Bal­lan­tyne, North Car­olina area as well as Pineville, Matthews and South Char­lotte.  We pro­vide tax prepa­ra­tion and research ser­vices, book­keep­ing ser­vices and other account­ing ser­vices.  We pro­vide finan­cial state­ment prepa­ra­tion ser­vices through audits, reviews and compilations.

We can pro­vide con­sul­ta­tion ser­vices to help you setup your account­ing sys­tem and oper­a­tions.  We are a Cer­ti­fied Quick­Books ProAd­vi­sor and we have expe­ri­ence set­ting up mul­ti­ple indus­tries and third party appli­ca­tions with QuickBooks.

We Want You to Succeed!

Most impor­tantly, we want to learn more about you and your busi­ness.  We want to help you suc­ceed.  Whether you are look­ing at buy­ing rental prop­erty, fund­ing col­lege for your chil­dren, start­ing a new busi­ness, work­ing through issues with the IRS or the North Car­olina Depart­ment of Rev­enue, we want to help you succeed.

Please call us or email us for a free ini­tial con­sul­ta­tion so that you can learn more about us and decide if we are right for you.  Even if your busi­ness or home is out­side the Bal­lan­tyne area, we are inter­ested in meet­ing with you.

Please feel free to view our library of self-help infor­ma­tion here.  We also cre­ated a weekly newslet­ter that con­tains infor­ma­tion that relates to your income taxes, small busi­ness, per­sonal plan­ning and many other areas of work and life.  Feel free to sign-up to receive our newslet­ter as you are in con­trol of your sub­scrip­tion and can can­cel at any time.

The choice is yours

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Mem­ber­ships

We are mem­bers of the Amer­i­can Insti­tute of Cer­ti­fied Pub­lic Accoun­tants (AICPA), the North Car­olina Asso­ci­a­tion of Cer­ti­fied Pub­lic Accoun­tants (NCCPA), the Char­lotte Homebuilder’s Asso­ci­a­tion (CHBA) and var­i­ous other tax, book­keep­ing and finan­cial orga­ni­za­tions.   We com­plete a min­i­mum of 40 hours of con­tin­u­ing edu­ca­tion yearly in order to main­tain our license.

Why Use a CPA?  Why not a Book­keeper or Tax Preparer?

A cer­ti­fied pub­lic accoun­tant has many advan­tages over just a book­keeper or tax pre­parer.  In addi­tion to required learn­ing each year, the license process included a three day series of exams that had to be passed.  Per­sonal let­ters of rec­om­men­da­tion from other CPA’s were sub­mit­ted.  Cer­tain col­lege level edu­ca­tion had to be attained.  All this was done just to obtain the license and use of the title ‘Cer­ti­fied Pub­lic Accoun­tant’.  Book­keep­ers and tax pre­par­ers are not required to do any of these.

After obtain­ing a license, CPA’s are required to abide by cer­tain eth­i­cal and moral stan­dards.  These stan­dards are pub­lished as part of the bylaws of our pro­fes­sional orga­ni­za­tion.  Fur­ther­more, every kind of ser­vice pro­vided by a CPA has cer­tain pro­fes­sional stan­dards that must be fol­lowed and are pub­lished by the AICPA.  These stan­dards help CPA’s pro­vide qual­ity and accu­rate prod­ucts and ser­vices.  Book­keep­ers and tax pre­par­ers are not required to do any of these.

A cer­ti­fied pub­lic accoun­tant can express an opin­ion on your finan­cial state­ments.  While there are vary­ing types of opin­ions and dif­fer­ent lev­els of assur­ance about the finan­cial state­ments, lenders and other finan­cial pro­fes­sion­als can rely on these opin­ions to assist y0u in your busi­ness.  Book­keep­ers and other non-CPA’s can­not pro­vide these opinions.

There are many other rea­sons a CPA can pro­vide a pro­fes­sional level of ser­vice not obtain­able from a non-CPA.  The AICPA is cor­rect when they say Amer­i­can Counts on CPA’s.

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