Eliminating Client Stress

Published On: May 26th, 2021Categories: Case Studies, Payroll

We take great pride in truly getting to know our clients. Learning what your goals are, personally and professionally, and how we can partner with you to achieve these goals. The relationship is far more than just the yearly tax return or on-site audit. We learn about your passions and what drives you. Celebrating with you at graduations, cheering on your kids as they strive for state championships, or admiring a new addition to the family. A true partnership. Only then can we be trusted advisors, walking side-by-side through the ins and outs of your business. Becoming an extension of your team. Taking on portions of the business to relieve stress and allowing time to focus on the big picture.

“The best part about working with Eder, Casella & Co. is the personal attention they have given our company over the years. They work with me to get our payroll done efficiently , which takes away a lot of stress knowing that it is done correctly. When setting up our accounting software, they guided me through the process to establish our reporting in a format that works best for us. Everyone I have worked with is ready to answer any question very quickly, and they always make sure that we are happy with the services they provide our company.”

Megan, Golf Industry

Whether it is providing business consulting guidance, monthly accounting support, tax planning and preparation, payroll administration, or audit and review services, our skilled team of CPAs is here to make your business run smoother.

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About the Author: Shelly Spata, CPA

Shelly Spata joined the firm in 1998, and her name went on the door in 1999. She now serves as the Managing Partner of the firm. "As a business owner myself, I understand the complexities and challenges business owners face, and I strive to add value by helping clients understand their financial statements, manage tax consequences, and clearly see the financial and tax ramifications — both positive and negative — of decisions they make," she explains. "Without good financial information, it’s like driving a car blind, but with good information, clients are able to maximize profits."