Can you advise I need an accountant that is familiar with the needs a small insurance agency? I need some right away. I am in Seattle WA .


Hello there, jm

Thank you for reaching out to me here in the Community.

Since you need an accountant to help your small insurance agency needs, you can visit the Find-a-ProAdvisor website. A ProAdvisor is a QuickBooks-certified independent accounting professional who can provide expert advice and guidance that’s tailor-made for your business.

Here’s how to find an accounting expert on the website:

  1. Check a box under Find an expert in.
  2. In the Search box, enter your city or ZIP code.
  3. Click Search.
  4. On the next page, you can choose a ProAdvisor from the list of recommended accountants.

I’ve added a screenshot below to guide you through the first three steps.

This will get you going, jm. Keep in touch with me if you have other concerns while working in QuickBooks Online. I'm glad to help. Have an awesome weekend!

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