Jim McClaflin, EA, NTPI Fellow, CTRC

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Owner at Accounting & Tax Professionals PLC
Grimes Iowa 50111

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Contact Details

  • Business
  • Accounting & Tax Professionals PLC
  • Position
  • Owner
  • Year Established:
  • 1997
  • Online Social Profiles
  • Phone Number
  • 515-986-5843
  • Location
  • 270 W 1st St, Suite K
    Grimes, IA 50111
    United States of America

Professional Background

  • Hours of Operation
  • Tax Season: 9am - 8pm Monday thru Thursday
    9am - 5pm Friday
    9am - 3pm Saturday
    Closed Sunday

    Off Season: 9am - 4pm Monday thru Thursday
    9am - 1pm Friday
    Other times by appointment
  • Accepted Forms of Payments
  • Cash, Check, Credit Card
  • Credentials
  • Enrolled Agent
    Fellow, National Tax Practice Institute
    Certified Tax Representation Consultant

About Jim McClaflin, EA, NTPI Fellow, CTRC

As an Enrolled Agent I provide personalized and professional tax preparation, tax consultation and representation of taxpayers before the IRS. Whether your needs are to have this year’s tax return completed or you have significant tax issues with the IRS I can help you.

In addition to being an Enrolled Agent I am a Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute and a Certified Tax Representation Consultant and am Past President of the Iowa Society of Enrolled Agents.

An Enrolled Agent is licensed by the IRS to represent taxpayers before the IRS in all tax matters.

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