Joshua Lance CPA, LLC

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Chicago’s Only CPA Firm Committed to Craft Breweries & Startups

Delivering Cloud-based Accounting and Tax Services Locally and Beyond

Joshua Lance CPA, LLC is a boutique CPA firm that taps the power of cloud-based solutions to deliver outsourced accounting and consulting services. Headquartered in Chicago, we cater to craft breweries and tech-centric startup companies located in our back yard and beyond.

Our Chicago CPA firm provides outsourced accounting services, tax planning and preparation, and small business consulting. With our flat fees and no hidden prices, you can manage your financials to better focus on what matters most—building your innovative business.

The target audience for our accounting services includes craft breweries and tech-centric startups. While those two business types may seem different, they are actually quite similar in how they innovate and manage their businesses. We created our CPA firm with these clients in mind.

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Get To Know Fundbox!

Get To Know Fundbox!

Nov 17, 2015 | No Comments

I got to know the Fundbox team at Xerocon this past year and I am really excited about their product.  They provide short term funding to cover your cash flow gaps by analyzing your receivables and providing funding based on open invoices. However, they do not take ownership of your open invoices .  This is […]

We Are Hiring!

We Are Hiring!

Nov 16, 2015 | No Comments

We are excited to announce that we are hiring for an accounting associate/administrator to start immediately!  The position will start out as part-time at 10 to 15 hours a week. This position is a newly created position.  This means that exact roles and responsibilities that you will have may change as needed and may be […]

How to Get Paid for the Value You Create

How to Get Paid for the Value You Create

Nov 3, 2015 | No Comments

I came across a blog post from from Wil Wheaton (yes, that Wil Wheaton) that talked about an experience he had with some of his writing. The Huffington Post wanted to publish an essay he wrote, however, they were unwilling to pay him for his essay, rather stating that he would be paid by ” […]

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