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Tax and Accounting Consultants, P.A., started by William E. Jones, MSBA, EA, CPA over 25 year ago, is a full service Accounting firm focused on Small Business and Personal Accounting and Tax Services. Our expertise lies in larger, more complex tax returns and planning. As Enrolled Agents, we are licensed to conduct business anywhere in the world. Whether it is an IRS Audit, a complex Tax Return, or starting up a business, having this understanding and experience on your side is invaluable.
We are business owners just like you. We have the same bills, payroll problems and daily struggles to stay ahead of Federal, State, County, and City taxes and regulations. We understand we can HELP and we can save you money on taxes!
Tax and Accounting Consultants, P.A. offers a comprehensive package of tax preparation, planning and representation, accounting and bookkeeping services, retirement plan* development and implementation tailored to fit your business or individual needs. We take a very hands-on and easy to understand approach to ensure you are well informed.
With Tax and Accounting Consultants P.A . you can expect flexible scheduling, timely turn around and affordable fees. Our expertise covers a variety of businesses and industries, from sole proprietors and self-employed to small and mid-sized corporations, established or startup. As a Certified Public Accountant firm we are licensed by the State of Florida to handle many of your accounting and financial needs.
"I can provide you with important tools and information that will help you run and grow your businesses. If for some reason I cannot assist you, I will refer you to someone who can. You will be well served.
William E. Jones
We welcome any questions or comments you may have. Feel free to contact us at any time:
- (850) 386 - 1065
- (850) 386 - 3535
Tax and Accounting Consultants, P.A.
220 John Knox Road
Tallahassee, FL 32303
You can also send us a message directly through the contact page of this website.
*These services are offered by William E. Jones through his affiliation with HD Vest Investment Services.
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