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726 South Enota Drive, Suite A, Gainesville, GA 30501
Gainesville, GA 30501
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Rushton is an independent firm consisting of accountants serving businesses and individuals in and around Gainesville. It provides tax and accounting services to agribusinesses, construction, manufacturing, and healthcare companies, as well as government and non-profit organizations. The accounting firm also offers employee benefit audits and international services, which include international business formation, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, earned income exclusion, and global investment structuring services. Rushton also assists clients in matters concerning estate planning and wealth management.

726 South Enota Drive, Suite A, Gainesville, GA 30501
Gainesville, GA 30501

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Q: Is getting a CPA worth it?
A: If you’re interested in a career in accounting, it’s worthwhile to get a CPA. It opens opportunities to earn higher wages and offers a wider variety of accounting jobs, so you can choose the type of accounting you want to do.
Q: What does it take to be a certified public accountant?
A: According to the American Institute of CPAs, requirements for becoming a CPA vary by state. Each state requires education, passing the Uniform CPA exam, and some amount of experience before issuing the certification. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree or 150 semester hours is typically required before taking the certification exam.
Q: Do I need a CPA to be an accountant?
A: You don't have to earn a CPA to be an accountant, however, getting your CPA opens opportunities to earn higher wages in this field. Many companies, especially larger ones and government agencies, require at least a four-year degree and CPA when hiring accountants.

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