Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2009
The MDTAXES Network has added the accounting firm of W. Bradley Cooper, Jr, CPA, PA to their association of CPAs who specialize in the tax planning and preparation for healthcare professionals and their practices.
"We're pleased to have Bradley Cooper and his CPA firm on board," says Andrew Schwartz, CPA, founder of The MDTAXES Network. "With an office in Fort Myers, FL, Bradley Cooper, CPA is now listed on our network as the exclusive CPA firm for the Fort Myers and Lee County metropolitan area. Bradley's firm currently provides accounting and tax services to hundreds of small to medium-sized businesses throughout southwest Florida. For many years, they have provided business consulting, strategic planning, tax planning and preparation, accounting services, and cash flow analysis to their growing client base." More information about his CPA firm is available at http://www.wbcoopercpa.com.
The MDTAXES website (http://www.mdtaxes.com) has been up and running since 1995 and contains a thorough analysis of the tax issues relevant to healthcare professionals. The site includes a monthly newsletter, a message board monitored by the CPA members, and a variety of basic financial planning tools including a Financial APGAR test. Visitors to the site can sign up to receive their informative monthly newsletter via e-mail.
Unlike other directories of CPAs, MDTAXES grants their CPA members exclusivity by metropolitan area. This allows the members to focus on developing a healthcare niche within their CPA practices, and to keep current with all the tax breaks and pitfalls common to these professionals.
The MDTAXES Network is maintained by CPA Niche, LLC (http://www.cpaniche.com), which also maintains http://www.FindAGoodCPA.com, a site where taxpayers can locate and interact with CPAs and EAs who specialize in a wide variety of niches.
"In today's fast paced business environment, specializing allows CPAs to give their clients the timely information needed to help minimize their tax burden and make prudent business decisions," explains Schwartz.