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If you realy need one, start looking for a CPA that does not sell any investments. Ask your lawyer, family, friends, coworkers, business partners, etc. Once you get a list of at least a few, check them out. Explain that you are looking for a CPA that you can work with long term and throw a few questions at them. See who responds the best. You may want to do some research before hand so that you "know the answers" to your questions and you can tell who knows their stuff and who doesn't. In decisions like these, finding a competent person you can work with is far more important than who is cheaper. A bad decision could cost you far more than lower fees would save.
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