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About Steve Dworschak, CPA

Steve Dworschak, CPA, provides a one-stop shop for small and mid-sized businesses in and around Norcross, GA that are in need of accounting, tax, and QuickBooks services. His strong audit background, solid technology skills, and passion for solving problems provide his clients with expert solutions that save them time and money on their accounting and QuickBooks tasks. Steve also teaches QuickBooks classes, from Basic to Advanced, for clients who want to learn the software better.

In addition to being a CPA, Steve is certified in several QuickBooks software applications, which demonstrate his expertise and commitment to stay current on new features.

  • Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor
  • Certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor
  • Certified QuickBooks Enterprise ProAdvisor
  • Certified QuickBooks Point of Sale ProAdvisor

Some of the more recent client projects Steve has worked on include an installation of and training on a paperless invoicing system, an extensive QuickBooks cleanup, a construction firm audit, a Chart of Accounts overhaul, customized QuickBooks Enterprise reporting, a review and recommendations of company financial procedures, a complex job costing project for a multi-state housing operation, and property tax oversight. He works with companies in a variety of industries, including residential construction, property management, health care, and insurance. Steve is a member of the Georgia Society of CPAs.

Prior to starting his own accounting firm, Steve worked in both public and private accounting for top firms such as Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young, and ING. He served six years in the Navy on two guided missile cruisers and at one point stood right next to the father of the first nuclear submarine (USS Nautilus) – Admiral Hyman Rickover, while on sea trials.

Steve earned a degree in Accounting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. When he is not working, he is an avid Dr. Who fan, plays war games with complex rule books (not unlike the tax code), enjoys ballroom dancing, and loves to travel to historical places. His name, Dworschak, is Czechoslovakian and is pronounced De-Vor-Zhak; his ancestors came from Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia & The Czech Republic) around 1922.



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