The term CPA means Certified Public Accountant. To earn this title, someone has to take a number of accounting courses, pass an official examination, and become licensed in at least one state to practice. You should only trust a qualified CPA when it comes to auditing or reviewing the financial statements of your business. Having a certified CPA review your finances can give your cannabis business a better chance of partnering with third parties such as potential investors or financial institutions like banks.
Your financial needs should not stop at a CPA either. Bookkeeping services are there to review all of your business’ transactions and combine this information into digestible financial statements. You can use this data to prove the stability of your company, plot your growth in the future, or spot cash flow problems before they become disruptions. Luckily, with GJR Consulting, you can have access to an experienced team that offers both of these services and more.