CPA located in the Austin Area

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Anyone have a good CPA recommendation that is good with LLCs and Real Estate?  

thanks in advance!

Try Richard Crow CPA in Round Rock. He has a medium-small operation with a couple of CPA's plus support staff. He is reasonably priced and will give info but the clock is always running. Richardcrowcpa.com 

@Michelle Strickland

There are several options to finding a local CPA.

1) Use the biggerpockets search function to see if someone already is in search of a CPA in Austin. I did a search and provided you links below. I like this choice because you can see who people recommended and who they decided to go with based on their interactions among the many CPA's(depending of if they shopped around). You can also ask if they like their CPA and plan to continue using them.

https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/759/topics/23... https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/51/topics/733... https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/12/topics/255...

2) Add the keyword alerts "Austin" and/or "Texas". You will notice that there are frequent posters who respond to posts that have these keywords. Network with these individuals and ask who they use for a CPA.

3) Attend local REIA events. These events will normally contain seasoned investors and would be more than happy to refer you to a CPA. You can find local REIA event through the Biggerpockets events section or meetup.com. Below is 1 events that will happen in and around the Austin Area soon.

https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/521-events-an...

4) If you are still unable to find a CPA that matches your needs. You may want to reach out to a CPA that works with clients remotely. There are many CPA's on this site that do so.

In the meantime - Feel free to ask any tax questions you may have. I would be glad to give you my opinion on the matter.
Also feel free to connect with me on Biggerpockets if you would like to ask me a question in the future!

Based on your profile - you have a property in Kansas. Is this a rental property? Even Though Texas does not have a state income tax. You may have a filing requirement in Kansas as a result of this property.

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