Federal Government Contractor
The process of getting certified for government contracting involves submitting a business plan which includes a two year pro forma operating statement and a one year cash flow projection. These projected financial statements are based on your current business activity. These statements must be updated every year.
As part of getting certified for government contracting you will have to have your taxes current and have current books for business activity.
Give us a call for a free consultation so that we can get you on your way to securing government contracts.
About The Web Accountant
Justin is a seasoned accountant with over 10 years experience in business and accounting including public accounting, corporate accounting, government contracting, real estate, retail, individual and business tax preparation. Justin has a bachelor of science degree in finance with a concentration in advanced accounting from the University of Maryland. Justin is an IRS Registered Tax Professional and works via the web with clients anywhere in the world and is available in person to clients in the Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia area.
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