March 3, 2017
Bong Hillberg Lewis Fischesser LLP
Many pitfalls await the entrepreneur filing taxes for his or her startup. Mixing personal and business taxes, failing to account for expenses properly, or missing quarterly payments are just some of the ways you can get into trouble. But help is on the way. On Thursday, March 2nd, Robbie Lewis and Brent Hillberg from the accounting firm BHLF will give us a seminar on best practices—with a special focus on accounting and financial compliance for recipients of federal grants such as SBIRs. Join us to learn how to do startup accounting and taxes right.
About Robbie Lewis
Robbie earned his degree in economics from University of California, Santa Cruz, and has experience in performing various auditing and accounting services for private and public clients. His proven performance areas include life sciences, software, and private equity funds. He previously served as the Treasurer of the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of CPA’s.
About Brent Hillberg
Brent has a BS degree in managerial economics and an MBA with an emphasis in finance and accounting from the University of California, Davis. He performs attest, accounting, and tax services for businesses, nonprofits, benefit plans and individuals. His experience in auditing and tax includes start-ups, single audits (OMB Circular A-133), employee benefit plans, technology and manufacturing industries, professional services, restaurants, and waste management. Brent is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of CPA’s.