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Reno, NV Rating

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5.0 (508)
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Dimov Tax Specialists is an accounting firm that caters to clients with different financial needs in Reno. Its team has over a decade of experience handling bookkeeping tasks, like categorizing financial transactions, setting up payroll management systems, and gathering documents for tax preparation. In addition to bookkeeping, the firm also assists individuals in navigating multi-state tax return procedures through wage allocation or reciprocity agreements. Dimov Tax Specialists has worked with Fortune 500 companies, such as J.P. Morgan, Cisco, and Facebook.

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Reno, NV Rating

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Reno, NV

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Jamie Skinner provides her clients in the Reno and Washoe County areas of Nevada with accounting and business solutions. Jamie Skinner graduated from California State University of Sacramento with a Bachelor's of Science in Accountancy in 2009 and has received a CPA license from the State of California. Jamie also has experience providing individuals and businesses in different industries, such as auto dealerships, property management and real estate, hospital and medical groups, entertainment and sporting events, restaurants, and retail stores.

5335 Kietzke Lane, Reno, NV 89511 Rating

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4.6 (9)

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Excelsis Accounting is a Reno firm that delivers accounting, audit, business valuation, and tax services to individuals and small-sized to mid-sized businesses. The solutions it offers are designed to increase the clients' productivity and reduce their expenses and tax liabilities. These solutions include reviews, compilations, financial analysis, bookkeeping, internal control systems improvement, and litigation support. Excelsis is the only northern Nevada firm that has been granted a license by the PCAOB to conduct audits for publicly traded companies in the country.

6580 South McCarran Boulevard, Reno, NV 89509

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Michael J. Dobrowski is a Certified Public Accountant that offers tax and accounting services in the Reno, Nevada area. Michael J. Dobrowski has been with his firm since 1990 and has built up experience providing small businesses and individuals with different services, from basic tax management and accounting to financial statements, budgeting, and tax planning. Michael has over 45 years of experience and received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Wyoming. He has been a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor for three years and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accounts and the Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountant.

1155 West 4th Street, Reno, NV 89503 Rating

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5.0 (3)

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Ronald D. Simpkins and Associates is a Certified Public Accounting firm that offers their services to both individual and business clients in the Reno, Nevada area. Ronald D. Simpkins and Associates specialize in accounting and tax services that include bookkeeping, monthly, quarterly, and year-end financial statements, payroll services, individual and business tax returns, and tax planning. The firm can also provide financial planning and business valuations. Ronald D. Simpkins and Associates also offers their clients an online office service that allows clients to participate in their financial management directly. The online office comes with many features such as financial calculators and a tax newsletter.

660 Sierra Rose Drive, Reno, NV 89511

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Persing Professional Group is a full-service Certifed Public Accounting firm, licensed by the State of Nevada and serves both individual and business clients in the Reno area. Persing Professional Group offers many services and can help their clients with estate planning, small business accounting, payroll services, part-time CFO services, cash flow management, bank financing, strategic business planning, succession planning, new business formation internal controls, tax preparation and planning, tax problem solving, and QuickBooks services. Persing Professional Group also offers many guides on their website that can details strategies to help clients with life events, business, and taxes for business owners and individuals.

1875 Plumas Street, Reno, NV 89509 Rating

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5.0 (5)

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Mark Robertson CPA is a tax service and consultation professional that provides his services for individuals and businesses throughout the Northern and Southern Nevada areas. Since 2002, Mark Robertson has offered his expertise to his clients, from basic tax management and accounting services to financial statements and financial planning. Mark graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. He also has a Master’s Degree in Taxation which he received from Golden Gate University. Mark Robertson CPA can provide business advisory, tax services, accounting services, financial planning, business startup, forensic accounting business bankruptcy, and more.

649 Forest Street, Reno, NV 89509 Rating

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4.9 (18)

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Harger Tax CPA is an accounting office that provides services for both individual and business clients within the Northern Nevada region. Harger Tax CPA has worked with many different industries, including aerospace and defense, agriculture, healthcare, mining, retail, real estate, automotive, banking and financial services, construction, energy and utilities, and much more. The office specializes in professional tax services, IRS problem resolution, accounting and bookkeeping services, financial statement preparation, new business set-up including entity selection, business consulting, and financial services. Harger Tax CPA can also provide state returns, electronic filing, and annual, semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly accounting services.

160 West Huffaker Lane, Reno, NV 89511 Rating

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2.5 (3)

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Evans Nelson & Company is a Certified Public Accounting company that provides individuals and business owners with taxes, accounting, and financial management, serving Northern Nevada and small businesses on the west coast. - Tim Nelson, the owner and manager, has held many positions before opening his tax firm, such as a CFO, CEO, president, and other levels of executive for a casino-gaming establishment, a position NASDAQ company which had operations in 15 states and Hong Kong, and as an executive for a division of Dole. Evans Nelson & Company can provide their clients with individual and business tax preparation, IRS audit representation, and small business financial strategies.

Compare our Top Accountants

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Dimov Tax Specialists
Reno, NVCall for quote
Jamie Skinner
Reno, NV
Excelsis Accounting Group
5335 Kietzke Lane, Reno, NV 89511
Michael J. Dobrowski CPA LLC
6580 South McCarran Boulevard, Reno, NV 89509
Simpkins And Associates
1155 West 4th Street, Reno, NV 89503
Persing Professional Group
660 Sierra Rose Drive, Reno, NV 89511
Mark Robertson CPA
1875 Plumas Street, Reno, NV 89509
Harger CPA, Inc.
649 Forest Street, Reno, NV 89509
Evans Nelson & Company CPAs
160 West Huffaker Lane, Reno, NV 89511


  • Introduction

    Four main types of accountants are available to serve the accounting needs of individuals, large organizations, small businesses, and government agencies. These types of accounting include corporate, forensic, government, and public.

    • Corporate accountants maintain and file financial information for corporations. The focus is on keeping the corporation in legal compliance with tax laws and financial reporting requirements.
    • Forensic accountants gather and recreate financial data that isn’t readily available. These accountants might do that as part of a criminal investigation or if key financial information has been lost and needs to be recovered for legal reasons.
    • Government accountants work for government agencies, such as the IRS or a state tax department. They might also be found working in government offices in positions such as city treasurer or county auditor.
    • Public accountants are the accountants most likely to work with individuals or smaller businesses. These accountants manage financial statements, file tax returns, and record financial transactions. Preparing and filing tax returns are tasks these accountants might do for individuals. For companies, these accountants might handle payroll or bookkeeping besides preparing tax information for reporting purposes.

  • What does an accountant do?

    Accountants maintain financial records and interpret financial information. An accountant at one firm might maintain financial ledgers, while another might take on payroll management duties. Accountants can also specialize in specific areas, such as tax codes.

  • What is the difference between an accountant and a CPA?

    Accountants and CPAs handle many of the same accounting tasks. However, a CPA is an accountant who has passed a state exam to become a certified public accountant. A CPA is typically more trusted in an advisory position when in a business setting.

  • Does everyone need an accountant?

    Most individuals don’t need to hire an accountant, except for when tax season arrives. A small business owner is more likely to need an accountant than an individual because business owners have more complex record-keeping requirements.

  • What does a forensic accountant do?

    Forensic accountants use generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to investigate and solve financial mysteries that are typically related to uncovering or resolving suspected criminal activity, such as embezzling. These accountants may work for individuals, businesses, and government agencies.

  • What does a payroll accountant do?

    Processing payroll and employee benefits are key roles of payroll accountants. Some other duties performed by payroll accountants include using software and handling financial statements. These professionals might also analyze financial ledgers, prepare and present reports to management, and advise regarding investment opportunities.

  • Do I need an accounting major to become an accountant?

    You can work as an accountant without majoring in it. However, earning a degree and becoming a CPA offers more earning potential. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, certified public accountants who have received at least a bachelor’s degree earn a median annual wage of $73,560.