We are blessed to serve our clients and friends, many of whom are owner-operated businesses with roots in Houston, Texas. They each serve as preeminent providers of products and services around the globe.
As a profession, we accountants are not typically known for having strong communication skills. At Reynolds, we have endeavored to create a firm that breaks that stereotype.
We genuinely want our clients to know they are valued at all times. We are responsive to their needs and want to help them achieve their financial goals.
As we reflect on 2018, our CPA firm is thankful for the opportunity to serve the needs of our clients, whether accounting, tax, or other areas. Over the past year, some clients in the Houston area required assistance recovering from Hurricane Harvey. Other clients needed support taking advantage of new technology to grow their business. […]
Dear Clients and Friends of the Firm: As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to think of planning moves that will help lower your tax bill for this year and possibly the next. Year-end planning for 2018 takes place against the backdrop of a new tax law – the Tax […]
QuickBooks Online (QBO) is the preferred method to keep track of your business activity for accounting purposes. However, there may be times when QuickBooks Online is down, will not load properly, or is not performing the tasks you expect. While those downtimes can be frustrating, especially if you are trying to accomplish several tasks in […]
Reynolds and Associates is proud to announce the hiring of Patti Polk as a new Client Service Associate serving the accounting needs of our clients. Patti brings more than 20 years of experience in accounting and office management to our CPA firm. In her role, Patti will be providing expert accounting and software support for […]
Receiving an audit notice from the IRS is not the ideal interruption to your day running a small business. Fortunately, a small business CPA can protect you and make the process easier to fulfill the request from the IRS. Specifically, a CPA can represent your company in an audit. The IRS considers CPAs to be […]
Like any good partnership, both sides need to reach a mutual understanding of what each party brings to the table in order to achieve positive results. Mutual understanding can only be achieved, though, if both sides put in the effort to appreciate each party’s role, capabilities, and qualifications in the relationship. The same concept applies […]