If my request is not appropriate for this forum, I apologize.
Would appreciate a cpa referral in Boise, ID. Familiar w/all the grants, benefits that ID has for businesses. The partnership invests in real estate and needs a cpa not related to either of the partners.
Not sure if there are that many regular users of this forum in that area... Maybe go on to the IRS website for authorized IRS e-file providers and enter the ZIP code and then you will see a list of tax preparers and their credentials... You can then take it from there and do your inquiries/research/due diligence about potential tax preparers that may be suitable for your request.. Just my opinion....
One of original AllStars was out in that area, but he recently retired and spends most of his free time fishing and making wine. I don't remember the name of the firm he worked for, but I believe they were located across the street from the prestigious law firm of Dewy Cheatum and Howe. But in the meantime, you could start looking in the link below:
Banks were responsible for handling and processing many applications, and they were responsible for paying any "finder's fee" for service providers that brought their own clients to that bank for processing applications. You might ask one or more bankers for local referrals, since they will have worked with people up to speed on the details.
You can't get help from ID Dept of Commerce or Revenue or there isn't some grant office to work with directly? Here in MT, we have easy web access to what I believe is all of the different authorities. For instance:
They should be able to give you some leads. Everything about these is public info; if nothing else, look up the info to see who signed something or contact an awardee and ask who they worked with. I've been using this website since CARES grants started:
And that's because I wanted to see who got how much for which grant in each region. I'm nosy like that.
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