CHICAGO, Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Taxes are complicated, but finding a trusted tax professional doesn't have to be. The Illinois CPA Society has a free, easy-to-use online "Find a CPA" directory that allows individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organizations to do a simple search through a database of member CPAs. Your search can be narrowed down by location, the type of services needed, industries served and language preference. There's even a "Quick Search" to find a CPA who prepares individual income tax returns or one who works with non-profit organizations. The "Find a CPA" Directory section also includes helpful information on how to choose and use a CPA.
As the end of the year grows closer, so does the uncertainty surrounding the "fiscal cliff" and tax planning for the future. A wide array of tax credits and cuts, which were mostly enacted during President Bush's administration, are set expire December 31, 2012 unless Congress takes action soon. Although not a done deal, the scheduled expiration of these credits and breaks could wreak havoc on your finances. Planning is imperative and working with a CPA can help you better understand your available options for preparation.
To search the free "Find a CPA" directory, go to www.icpas.org or contact Michele Haryasz, the Society's Director of Knowledge Management at 800-993-0407, ext. 287 or email@example.com for more information.
About the Illinois CPA Society
The Illinois CPA Society, founded in 1903, is the fourth largest state CPA Society in the nation, with more than 24,000 members. It is the premier professional organization that represents CPAs in Illinois. During its over 100 years of existence, the Society has advanced the highest ethical and financial standards of the profession, and has been a leader in educating the public on financial issues.
SOURCE Illinois CPA Society