don't think that you need an accountant to help you calculate overhead/profit-margins...being a small business, I'd take advantage of not having to pay an accountant to take care of things you can probably handle with peachtree/quickbooks and a little analysis
I ended up spending the last few days crunching the numbers in excel and then quickbooks. Found some products priced too low, not even breakeven costs. So I fixed everything. It wasn't easy, especially for someone who has never taken an accounting class. But alas Duke proved well enough.
Doing taxes is always easy for me, and I have everything budgeted now correctly to account for it for next year.
Registering in delaware next week, no longer going to be a sole proprietor. Anyone live there that wouldn't mind getting some mail?