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Serving individuals and small business owners in the greater Berks County area. We bring over 30 years of experience to individuals and small businesses who want to use all legal means to pay the least amount of taxes, avoid tax notices and surprises, improve profitability, or simply want more time to run their business and enjoy their families. 

You need the right financial data and services.We can provide you with the tax preparation services, bookkeeping services, and payroll services (both live payroll and after-the-fact quarterly filing) you need most. We want to be part of your success. Count on us to listen, give you top priority and respond promptly with services specifically suited to you or your company.

If you need help with these or similar issues and would like to discuss them in a complimentary consultation, we would like to meet you.

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