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Our firm, Pace & Associates CPAsLLC offers a wide range of services to our individual and business clients. Being a relatively small firm, we are able to offer our clients personalized quality service.

We take pride in giving you the assurance that the personal assistance you receive comes from years of advanced training, technical experience, and financial acumen.  Our goal is to become your trusted advisor. 

How Long Does Probate Take?

How Long Does Probate Take?

Losing a loved one is hard, and dealing with probate can make it even more challenging. It’s normal to wonder how long the probate process takes. However, the timeline isn’t always simple and

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Top Reasons You Need An Accountant

Is investing in a professional accountant worth it for your business? Absolutely.  You’ll see,  Opting for the experienced counsel of an accountant will enable you to make savvy financial decisions and escape expensive

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How Much Does A CPA Cost?

Are you deliberating on hiring a CPA yet uncertain of the associated costs? Cost is naturally paramount during tight-budgeted times, and it’s perfectly understandable to be concerned about fees for these services. Let

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What Is Trust Accounting Income?

What Is Trust Accounting Income?

As the saying goes, “money makes the world go round.” This is especially true when it comes to trust accounting income. Whether you are a trustee managing a trust or a beneficiary receiving

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What Is Probate Final Accounting?

What Is Probate Final Accounting?

Dealing with the legal and financial aspects can be daunting for their family and beneficiaries. One of the critical processes involved in the settlement of an estate is probate, which refers to the

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What Is A Form 1041?

Form 1041 is a tax form used to report income for estates and trusts. When a person dies and leaves behind assets, those assets are often placed into a trust or estate to

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What Is A Form 706?

Form 706 is a tax form used to report the value of a deceased person’s estate and to calculate any federal estate tax owed. When a person dies, their assets are often transferred

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