Introducing our third issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring Anthony Lambatos of Footers Catering.
WhippleWood Certified Public Accountants Blog
Welcome to the WhippleWood CPAs’ blog, where you can get to know some of the many Denver clients to whom our certified public accounts provide tax services and accounting services. It is because of them that WhippleWood CPAs was honored as the “Best CPA Firm In Denver."
Introducing our second issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring Mike Maloney of KOTA Longboards.
Introducing our first issue of FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD featuring Kimmy Massa from Massa Auto Pawn.
Introducing…FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD!
Each month our newsletter will include a publication called FACES OF WHIPPLEWOOD. This publication will feature interviews with WhippleWood clients, members of the WhippleWood team and other businesses we find interesting that we want to share. Each issue will include color photos in a magazine-style format for easy reading. We will house all future issues on our website, so you can refer back to them at any time.
Please join in supporting WhippleWood CPAs in the Fight for Air Climb! We have put together a team that will climb the stairs of the Republic building in downtown Denver this Saturday. We need your help in raising funds for this incredible cause … Read more >>
WhippleWood CPAs client Angela Cody-Rouget talks with Good Morning America about the impact of former President Bill Clinton’s Global Initiative on the organization she founded, Major Mom … Read more >>
Reimbursing and substantiating business travel expenses can be a cumbersome, time-consuming process. Here’s how it traditionally works … Read more >>
With the school year now in full swing, many people are thinking about ways to lower college costs for their children and grandchildren. The College Board estimates that the average cost of college for the 2013-2014 school year was $40,917 at private not-for-profit four-year colleges and $18,391 for state residents at public four-year universities … Read more >>
Many companies use independent contractors to slash payroll taxes and the high cost of fringe benefits. But using outside workers can result in other problems. It’s no secret that Uncle Sam wages battle with businesses over freelancers. And the situation is getting worse … Read more >>