Can a CPA Set Up an Entity for Me?

It is considered unethical for a CPA to create operating agreements and form entities on the behalf of clients unless that CPA is also an attorney.

While some CPAs will provide such a service to clients, it’s not recommended to engage CPAs in such a service as an attorney will be better suited to protect your assets from liability.

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Even though a CPA shouldn’t set up an entity for a client, they are not precluded from advising on an entity structure from a tax perspective.

If you need help understanding what your entity structure should look like, click here to schedule a consultation with us.

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