CPA Solutions, Inc. 
Downtown Orlando
605 East Robinson Street, Suite 450

Avalon Park
4037 Avalon Park East Blvd., Ste. 2

610 Sycamore Street, Ste. 150

Phone: (407) 650-9088
If you are looking for a blend of personal service and expertise, you have come to the right place! Our Orlando CPA firm offers a broad range of services for business owners, medical and other professionals. Our rates are affordable. We are experienced and we're friendly. Please call us for a free initial consultation.

Our profession has evolved vastly over the years and today we are more than just bean counters and tax preparers. A good CPA can be your company’s financial partner for life and will help you with decisions from day to day operations to strategic planning. So how do you find the right CPA for your business?

Like any other partner you choose to be by your side, you need to go through the vetting process. The first step in setting the stage for a successful search is to know what services you need and/or want. Given the level of fees you are prepared to pay, you must decide where your responsibility stops and where the accountant’s begins.

October is National Dental Hygiene Month
 As part of National Dental Hygiene Month, we asked one of our dental clients, Simmonds Dental Center, to outline why dental hygiene is so important.

October, is National Dental Hygiene month. It is a month recognized to promote the importance of good oral hygiene. We have all heard floss and brush your teeth at least twice a day, but how many people really understand why it is so important ? There are many things that happen in the mouth as a result of poor hygiene, but Gum disease is top of the list because data has told us about 80% of Americans have some form of this serious Disease. That is a staggering figure and it is completely preventable by having good oral hygiene and seeing a hygienist at least every 6 months.
Gum disease  symptoms usually start mild and many patients don’t recognize them: red, tender, swollen gums, bleeding when brushing teeth, slight discomfort while chewing hard foods. As the condition progresses, gums recede from teeth and pockets of bacteria form. Bacteria can destroy gum and bone causing tooth and bone loss. Gum disease has been linked to many disorders including heart disease, respiratory problems and links to many other diseases.  We would really like to prevent those type of disorders as much as possible.