Randy J. Elder, CPA, PC
Randy J. Elder has a process for onboarding clients. We charge for the initial consultation. As part of the consultation we pull your IRS transcripts and analyze your account. We also read all of your notices and discuss your current financial situation. By doing this we can determine the best strategy for your situation. You’ll receive our analysis and worksheet used including your transcript information. At this point, if you decided to work with us, we will give you a list of everything that needs to be done before any type of settlement can be negotiated with the IRS. Also, the initial consultation fee will be deducted from the services required to settle your tax problems.
About Randy J. Elder
Randy offers you over three decades of professional experience in public accounting. Before founding Randy J. Elder, CPA, P.C., he held various positions with an international accounting firm, and with regional and local CPA firms.
Randy earned his Arizona CPA license in 1988, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy from Northern Arizona University.
He has served both large and small clients, but his focus is attending to people with IRS and state tax problems, both business and personal.
B.S Accountancy 1985, Northern Arizona University
CPA License 1988, State of Arizona
Member, Arizona Society of CPA’s
Member, Tax Rep Network