CPA for Small Business Owners in Raleigh, Durham, and Cary
About the Firm
From realtors to roofers, nonprofits to nail salons, and auto dealerships to dentists, Gwendolyn M. Reilly, CPA, PLLC helps small businesses manage and understand their finances. Core services include:
- Tax Planning and Preparation
- Small Business Profitability and Growth Advisory Services
We focus on startups and small businesses that have been in business less than five years because creating a solid financial footing from the beginning is critical to growth.
We can help you choose the right business entity (LLC, S corp, etc.), track financial data in QuickBooks, maintain accurate records, file tax returns correctly, and understand the tax implications of business decisions. All are important to maximizing opportunities for your small business, like applying for loans, securing funding from investors, and presenting for mergers and acquisitions.
The better you understand your finances, the better you understand your business. We’ll help you put the right systems and processes in place and provide the expertise you need to position your small business for long-term success.
Schedule a free consultation today to discuss where you are now, where you want to go, and the best way to get there.
About Gwendolyn M Reilly
A native of Spring Lake, NC, Gwendolyn M. Reilly, CPA, PLLC provides outsourced accounting, tax planning, and financial consulting for small businesses in Cary, Raleigh, Durham, and other areas in North Carolina. She can also provide virtual services to small businesses across the country.
Gwen has been working in the accounting industry for about 30 years. She is a QuickBooks ProAdvisor and a member of the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants, American International Certified Public Accountants, and the National Society of Black CPAs. Gwen graduated cum laude from Campbell University and went on to earn her MBA.
Outside the office, Gwen donates her time and expertise to many local nonprofits, including the Boys and Girls Club of Pittsboro and the National Black MBA Association – Raleigh Durham chapter.
A Note from Gwen