Welcome to Heveron & Company CPAs
Thank you for coming to our website.
We have designed our website to be a resource for our clients and for others who may be interested in working with us are just curious about how we do business.
You will find tax articles and newsletters, links to nonprofit articles, financial calculators for circumstances you may encounter and links to some of the best resources we have found.
You will also find information about our firm and our people. Briefly, we have been serving individuals, nonprofits and businesses since 1972. We are a certified woman owned business and we are also a New York State Department of Education licensed provider of continuing education for CPAs. We take our continuing education very seriously.
- We have built our services around our commitment to care, competence, common sense. Care means that we want the best for our clients. Our values are to first help you secure your assets, than to identify areas where you can be more efficient, and finally to identify additional opportunities that will be valuable to you. We always try to minimize any disruptions by scheduling meetings and information requests in advance, and asking only for pertinent information.
- Competence means that although we perform auditing, tax and advisory services throughout the year, we don't take that extensive experience for granted. We complement it with continuing education throughout the year. We use in-house and outside seminars, videotapes and practice problems to do this. We have the latest computer software and training so that we will be efficient in our audit work and report summarization.
- Common Sense means that we plan and perform our work and develop our training to focus on the areas that will help us identify potential problems or opportunities for you.
- Communications is important at Heveron & Company CPAs. We have regular training in listening, writing, speaking and other communications skills, and we realize the importance of understanding your needs and operations, interpreting financial trends in a way that will help you identify appropriate actions, discussing our findings and recommendations before they are formalized in writing, and advising you about our schedule, procedures and needs, and about changes in tax, accounting or other requirements that may affect you, as soon as possible.