GAINESVILLE, Ga. (March 11, 2014) – Rushton accountants Nicholas Bruner and Samuel Latimer discussed the role of certified public accountants as small business advisors as part of a series of seminars conducted by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
The title of their ‘Small Business Success’ seminar was “When Do I Make the Call? The Role of CPAs and Attorneys as Small Business' Most Trusted Advisors.”
Bruner and Latimer discussed events in the life of a business when it is crucial to seek the advice of a CPA to an audience of nearly 40 small business owners.
Stewart Melvin & Frost attorneys Rustin Smith and Ronny Hulsey presented the attorneys’ section of the seminar.
Founded in 1981, Rushtonis one of the area's largest business accounting firms with over 30 staff professionals. In addition to general business operations, Rushton offers financial expertise in a number of specialty industry fields such as construction, agribusiness, government, healthcare, not-for-profit organizations, professional services, manufacturing and distribution, and international business. For information, call 770-287-7800 or visit www.rushtonandcompany.com.