Business 1 on 1 with Bill Amos

July 7, 2014 


CPA Bill Amos, seen at his office in downtown Perry, says technology has changed parts of his business, but the principles are still much the same.


Bill Amos, owner

William A. Amos P.C. CPA, 925 Carroll St., Perry, 224-3672.

How long have you been in business?: Amos has been in accounting since 1983. After working for accounting firms in Athens and Atlanta, he started his own practice in Butler in 1991 and moved his office to Perry in 2002.

What do you like best about your job?: “Being able to serve people and trying to help people. ... If we can’t help you we certainly don’t want to hurt you. We really enjoy the public. ... I like to feel like I know most of my clients on a personal as well as a profession level, and I like to maintain that relationship with them.”

What is your specialty?: “We do lot of individual returns, lot of partnerships and small business returns. We have an accounting department that provides accounting services to small businesses, bookkeeping and sales tax preparation. We also do a lot of financial reporting for the construction industry.”

What are your future plans?: “We grow about 10-15 percent a year and certainly hope to continue growing, maintaining a steady growth.”

-- Linda S. Morris

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