Accountants CPA Hartford
William Brighenti, Certified Public Accountant
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Office Address:  46 Mildrum Road, Berlin, Connecticut 06037-2423      Phone:  (860) 828-3269      Email:  info@cpa-connecticut.com
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A New Kind of Accounting Firm Will Be Opening Its Doors
Press Release, September 23, 2009

William Brighenti, CPA, and Carole Romatis, Quickbooks bookkeeper, are teaming up to form a new kind of accounting firm: Accountants CPA Hartford.  What’s so different about it?  Rather than operating out of a plush expensive office in downtown Hartford, Connecticut, it will operate out of a small office in Berlin, a suburb of Connecticut’s capital, and rely largely on electronic technology to offer its accounting services.  “By using remote access and webconference rooms (featuring whiteboards, webcams, microphones, Skype, and chat)”, Carole Romatis asserts, “Accountants CPA Hartford will be able to provide services to clients more efficiently and effectively.  Businesses require accounting support now rather than later.  A visit tomorrow leads to costly downtime and—even worse—bills not being processed and cash inflow being delayed.  Clients sometimes wait days for their accountants to come to their office and assist them with their accounting problems.  Moreover, they are relieved of the expense of the public accountants' traveling time and automobile expenses, dramatically reducing their accounting bills.”

Carole believes that since this is the age of information, accounting firms need to update their technology and their way of conducting business in order to make their services more affordable, timely, effective, and efficient.  Both Carole and Bill feel that remote access services and fully equipped webconference rooms add an immediency to the accessibility of the firm's services and improve, rather than lessen, personal service.  “By using remote access and webconference rooms with webcams, microphones, whiteboards, Skype, and chat, we will be virtually available 24/7.  Equally as important, this advanced electronic technology will lower our costs of conducting our operations, thereby allowing us to charge fees one-half of those charged by other accountants in our area.  It’s a win-win for us and our clients.”

“What’s equally as exciting about this technology”, adds William Brighenti, “is that now we will be able to offer our services to businesses across the entire United States.  There are no regional boundaries restricting us from serving businesses in locations 3,000 miles away.  Many companies have branches and affiliates in other states; we will be able to service the entire corporate entity, consolidating its reporting, and pass on savings of thousands of dollars in accounting fees every year.  It’s exciting.”

Anyone interested in learning more about Accountants CPA Hartford's electronic services is invited to contact Bill and Carole: Accountants CPA Hartford: William Brighenti, Certified Public Accountant.

This article is provided for informational purposes and is not intended to be construed as legal, accounting, or other professional advice.  For further information, please consult appropriate professional advice from your attorney and certified public accountant. 

Have a tax or an accounting question?  Please feel free to submit it to William Brighenti, Certified Public Accountant, Hartford CPA Accountants.  For information and assistance on any tax and accounting issue, please visit our website:  Accountants CPA Hartford.

If and only to the extent that this publication contains contributions from tax professionals who are subject to the rules of professional conduct set forth in Circular 230, as promulgated by the United States Department of the Treasury, the publisher, on behalf of those contributors, hereby states that any U.S. federal tax advice that is contained in such contributions was not intended or written to be used by any taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed on the taxpayer by the Internal Revenue Service, and it cannot be used by any taxpayer for such purpose.  The above tax advice was written to support the promotion or marketing of the accounting practice of the publisher and any transaction described herein.  The taxpayer recipients of this offering memorandum should seek tax advice based on their particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.
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