Leverage the Benefits of Teamwork Between Your CPA & Attorney

Why Your CPA and Attorney Should Be Working Together

After a dozen phone calls and e-mails, an agreement is finally reached on the entity selection. Sound familiar?

Unfortunately, this inefficient commu- nication and “problem-solving” occurs too often. If the CPA and attorney were already working together, then the CFM/owner could schedule a telephone conference so that all three could deter- mine the best entity option and quickly work out the details. ...

Construction law attorney and law firm partner Robert Butts collaborated with Roger Swanger to detail ways to leverage the benefits of working together. Mr. Swanger, CPA, CCIFP, CGMA, is a partner with James Moore & Co. in its Gainesville office.

Read more about the benefits of collaboration between a CPA and an Attorney on construction projects.