Okay, here’s how to make contact…
If you have a question about a blog post
If you have a question or comment about something published in one of our posts, the very best way to ask that question or share that comment is by commenting on the blog post.
That way, your question or comment as well as any follow-up answers or comments benefit every reader. For the record, we really do try to respond to blog reader queries pretty quickly.
And this complication: To deal with the absurd volume of spam, we do intentionally close comments on blog posts more than a couple of weeks old.
But go ahead and post your question or comment in the currently-open-for-comments post–even if you’re talking about something else. That’s okay.
If you want to submit a guest blog post
We don’t currently publish guest blog posts. Well, except for other professionals (attorneys, fellow accountants, and so on) from our local community and professional network.
We’re just not set up to edit and then publish other writers’ work. Sorry.
To contact one of the CPAs writing here
If you want to contact any of the certified public accountants who write or edit the blog, the easiest and best way to do that is by using the “contact form” at the NELSON CPA firm website.
Here’s a link to that web page: Contact Nelson CPA.
If you can’t do that, you can also call our offices directly at (425) 881-7350 to leave a message for one of the accountants.
Free Stuff We Give Away to Clients
A tangential note that’s sort of out of the blue but which we want to mention now in case it’s relevant…
If you are Nelson CPA firm client, you are entitled to complimentary copies of any of firm’s downloadable kits, e-books and monographs. These items include complimentary downloadable incorporation and LLC formation kits for all fifty states and popular e-books like our Small Business Tax Deduction Secrets (available here) and our Setting Low S Corporation Salaries (which is available here and which you should read if you have questions about setting a reasonable salary for yourself).