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Contract Controllers CPA’s P.S.

326 Union Avenue Northeast, Renton, WA 98059
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Business Description

Contract Controllers CPAs, PS is an accounting firm located in Renton that serves businesses and individuals in the surrounding communities of King County. Founder Mike Hamblin launched the company in 1985, and he employs a small but highly-qualified staff with backgrounds in bookkeeping, finance, and industry-specific accounting services. Hamblin is a cum laude graduate of Central Washington University with degrees in accounting and aerospace. Hamblin has more than three decades of experience on his own, and his firm has a combined total of more than 70 years. Services include personal and business tax preparation, financial statement prep, tax planning, and budget/cash flow consulting.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Is getting a CPA worth it?

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.

What does it take to be a certified public accountant?

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.

Do I need a CPA to be an accountant?

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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