Business Consulting

Page last updated: January 27, 2022

Andrew Griffith CPA provides business consulting services for $150 per hour. (National average fee is $157.89 per hour.*) His past consulting projects include matters involving accounting information systems, business development, income taxes, business planning, and integration of business operations.

*National average fees were retrieved from the National Society of Accountants' 2020-2021 Income and Fees of Accountants and Tax Preparers in Public Practice Survey Report.

Why should your business use the consulting services of Andrew Griffith CPA?

Andrew Griffith, DBA, EA, CPA (NY), CMA, CIA, CFE, CRMA has provided consulting services to clients since 2006. In addition to this, he has more than 15 years of experience teaching courses in financial accounting, income tax accounting, and managerial (including cost) accounting to graduate and undergraduate students. Prior to entering both academia and public accounting, he was an expense manager and the internal auditor for a large, irregular route truckload carrier that operated in both the United States and Canada.

His educational accomplishments include a research doctorate in accounting, a MBA, and undergraduate degrees in accounting and finance. His professional licenses and certifications include the Enrolled Agent (issued by the Internal Revenue Service), the Certified Public Accountant (licensed issued in New York), the Certified Management Accountant, the Certified Internal Auditor, and the Certification in Risk Management Assurance. He is also a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor.

His publication proposing changes to the trucking industry that would improve the profits of the carriers and compensation of the drivers (1) is an example of his ability to contribute to the success of your business. Free access to this paper is available at https://jbs-ojs-shsu.tdl.org/jbs/index.php/jbs/article/view/27.

(1) Griffith, A.S. (2020). The U.S. Long-Haul Trucking Industry Through the Lens of Frei's Service Model. Journal of Business Strategies, 37(1), 44-54.