finally taking the steps needed to start acquiring properties, could anyone recommend a reasonably priced Cpa in the Milwaukee area?
Welcome to BP. I have a few colleagues up there I can recommend. PM me if you'd like a referral to one that is taking on clients.
You definitely need someone qualified, does not have to be a CPA, could be an Enrolled Agent or an attorney. Just make sure they specialize in tax and have significant experience dealing with real estate investors.
Here is a great list of questions to ask a potential accountant: http://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/51/topics/7044...
Also check out the www.NAEA.org page in your search. It should help you find someone local. If someone comes to me, I'll send them your way.
If you need help in your search or want to verify something don't hesitate to ask.
For example: I have clients worldwide and things are just as easy as I e-mail them, talking on the phone. I even use Skype and TeamViewer to communicate with clients so I'd highly recommend looking for one of the best with great references that interviews well with you.
So look for someone you can connect with that works out for your situation.
Feel free to ask here if you have questions
I can recommend a CPA out of Pewaukee which is a western suburb of Milwaukee. I have been using him for 3 years myself. PM if you are interested in his contact info.
thank you for the replies! I sent both of you a PM.
Hi Craig - we recommend @Daniel Hyman . He and his partner do most everything online and we've been pleased with the advice and results. PM me if you have any questions and I'll help however I can.
thanks for the recommendations everyone and thank you @Daniel Hyman for taking the time to talk for a few minutes!
@Craig Carmichael My pleasure!
@Craig Carmichael : Who did you end up going with? Any lessons along the way? I am in the same position as "two-years-ago you."
Thanks in advance!
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