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Dustin W. McQuillan, CPA

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Hi! I am Dustin McQuillan, a CPA and Entrepreneur from Pennsylvania. For more than twelve years, I have lived in Tampa, Florida providing clients with professional services. Now, I want to share an organized plan that considers the demand for your personal time and money.

Think about it. How much capital do you have and how much do you need? The cost of goods and services that you personally consume from the global market correlates to the cost of your time that is demanded to produce the market equivalent. Are you spending your resources wisely?

Tax, Accounting, & Business Advisory Services

Since 2010, Dustin W. McQuillan, CPA has provided numerous clients with professional tax & accounting services. He follows recent tax reforms to help clients stay current with the most up to date information.

Member AICPA & FICPA.

Featured Services

Consult with a professional adviser throughout the year to enhance your decision making capabilities. Create organized plans to spend your resources wisely. Project earned and unearned income, estimate taxes, budget expenses and forecast net-after-tax cash flow.

Dustin W. McQuillan, CPA will review your investments, prepare financial statements, file tax returns and upgrade your general ledger to the #1 online accounting software. If needed, you can even plug-in a more affordable and easy to use full service payroll solution.

ORGANIZED PLANS TO SPEND RESOURCES WISELY.

Do you understand the concept that spending is saving? With over 12 years of experience providing professional services for numerous clients, Dustin W. McQuillan, CPA now offers organized plans for individuals with debt & equity investments. Organized Plans help guide the effort to achieve both short & long-term goals. Create an organized plan today!

Current News

Staying current with the most recent tax reform is essential for planning purposes.

What was your total income tax last year?

Take a look at page 2 of your tax return (IRS Form 1040) line 63. If you don't know the total amount of tax you were liable for last year, you probably don't know what your potential tax liability is this year. We can help you project taxable income to estimate your current year tax liability.

Published Work

Here are some of my latest key notes.