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Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm
Saturday, 12pm - 2pm
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Dear Clients and Prospective Clients:
Thank you so much for visiting our website.
We have been at this location for since 1994 and have been providing top quality service to clients all over the Golden Triangle in areas of bookkeeping, income tax preparation, individual and business tax planning, estate tax planning, QuickBooks review and training, and the preparation of financial statements. In 2004, we decided to add a financial services division to help our clients with funding education plans* for their children and grandchildren, helping our clients prepare for retirement, managing their retirement funds*, health and life insurance needs, and full financial planning*. For our small businesses, we have been able to help them establish retirement accounts* for them and their employees and allowed them to offer health insurance. As your trusted tax and accounting professional, we believe that we are perfectly suited to help you in all areas of your finances.
I want to encourage you to take advantage of our upcoming seminars in Quickbooks, Financial Planning* and Tax Planning. With the Bush tax cuts expiring, this upcoming season will prove to be a very small window for planning opportunities.
I so appreciate the friendship and continued relationships we have with all of our business and individual clients. I look forward to serving you now and in the future.
Eileen H. Law
*American Institute of Certified Public Accountants*
*Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants*
*Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas*
*The American Payroll Association*
*Nederland Chamber of Commerce*
*Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce*
*These services are offered through Eileen H. Law through her affiliation with H.D. Vest Investment ServicesSM and H.D. Vest Advisory ServicesSM.
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