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Businesses today need a strong network of support — from advice about tax issues and employee benefits, to assistance with technology and marketing. Somich & Associates, a Mentor, Ohio CPA firm, can be a trusted partner in that network.
As your financial advisor, we provide the accounting support you need. By focusing on ways to maximize tax savings, utilizing the most effective technologies, and maintaining a solid reputation, we support your success every step of the way.
We provide a variety of accounting, tax, and financial services to business owners across Lake County, including:
- Accounting and bookkeeping
- Tax planning
- Outsourced controllership
- Financial statement preparation
- Support for Quickbooks
- Business plan development
- Business loan assistance
- Debt restructuring
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Compilations, reviews, audits
- Incorporation and new business advisor
- Payroll processing
- IRS representation
- Budgets and financial projections
- Retirement planning
- Succession planning
- Services for individuals
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