Phone: 408-942-6888 x311
Corporate, partnership and individual income tax compliance and planning services; business entity selection and corporate consolidations; business planning for closely held businesses and start-up corporations; credit facility acquisitions, commercial real estate and SBA loans; IRS/FTB/BOE audit representation; financial statement preparation at all levels (compiled, reviewed, audited); evaluation, installation, management and integration of general ledger accounting services; financial projections.
High-tech software and hardware start-ups; research and development; distribution and manufacturing; metal and electronic waste recycling; real estate holding and professionals; environmental remediation; advertising and marketing; brokers; medical and dental practitioners; law firms; service, contractors, hotels and retail.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), California Society of Certified Public Accountants, California State Board of Accountancy since 1998.
Outside of work, Marc enjoys serving as a mentor and a coach for several Bay Area, youth sports teams. Marc’s current specialty lies in travel softball teams and tournaments; teaching kids to play alongside and amongst a diverse group of team members from Salinas to Fremont, motivating and challenging them to build their individual skill set and guiding them through the benefits of true competition, firsthand. Marc’s positions include:
What makes CPCO stand out from all other organizations?
“Our non-departmentalization allows us exposure to many different areas of accounting and tax. Our network of professionals provides us with the opportunity to help clients with a variety of issues.”
What is your favorite famous quote or your own personal quote?
“Try? Try not. Do or do not…there is no try.” – Yoda
What was the wisest piece of advice anyone has ever given to you? How has it helped you in your career or life?
“Persistence pays off. Never give up and you will achieve your goals.”
What is your favorite aspect of the accounting profession?
“Being able to help clients and become a part of their success.”