Bette Hochberger, CPA, whose clients call her their ‘MIT Accountant,’ the one they know and trust to help them succeed in their various endeavors.
Bette earned her BS degree in Materials Engineering and Music from MIT and her Masters in Accounting from Nova Southeastern University. Her intellect, love of numbers and how processes work, as well as putting together strategic connections and resources to help propel and maintain the necessary momentum to accomplish and succeed makes her an valuable asset to any business venture.
Bette takes a holistic approach — from the micro management of proper transaction classifications to the macro overview of an entire business operation — so she can see how everything fits together to minimize the negative impacts and maximize the positive objectives. From bookkeeping and maintaining up-to-date business records to setting up proven digital accounting systems that cut down on paperwork, she wants you to understand what is needed, so you can make better financial and operational decisions.
Bette is actively involved in a number of community and professional organizations. She co-founded Girl Scout Troop 10618 and is the Treasurer of Cub Scout Pack 18. She is actively involved with the Broward County Jewish Federation Women’s Philanthropy Women’s Executive Circle, a Trustee of the Jewish Women’s Foundation, and a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Business Technology Committee. She has been published in the Florida CPA Today Magazine.
Bette currently lives in Hollywood, Florida with her husband, Alex, three wonderful children, Brock, Esther, and Deborah, and lovable dog, Zola. The Hochberger's enjoy a variety of activities such as camping, music festivals, and performing with their stage combat troop.
Bette Hochberger, CPA