Certified Public Accountants

Certified Public Accountants

Certified Public Accountants

Certified Public Accountants need a Certified Appraisal any time they have client dealings with the Internal Revenue Service, because the IRS requires every appraisal to be conducted only by an individual that is a Certified Appraiser.  A Certified Appraisal is also necessary for CPAs when assisting clients in actions such as a conversion from a C to S Corporation, Estate and Gift Planning, Trusts, Sarbanes-Oxley, and FASB 141/142.

CPAs need a Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisal for any activity that is applicable to AICPA’s Standards of Valuation #1, in addition to the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and the Council of Foundations.  Furniture fixture & equipment (FF&E) and tangible asset appraisals are another specialty of Brumbaugh Appraisals, which can be of value to CPAs.

Brumbaugh Appraisals is the certified appraisal firm best qualified to assist you.  To get started, please call us at 919-870-8258, fill out our contact form or email us at info@brumbaughappraisals.com.

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