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Wright Tax and Accounting Solutions

Tax Preparer
Pendleton Indiana 46064

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Company Name
Wright Tax and Accounting Solutions
7088 Old State Rd 132
Pendleton, Indiana, 46064
United States

Professional Background

Year Established
Hours of Operation
Appointments offered 7am-10pm, 7 days a week.
Accepted Forms of Payments
Paypal, all forms of credit card, cash, or check
I have been an active, licensed CPA since 2011. Prior to this, I worked at a large CPA firm, and a fortune 50 company.

About Wright Tax and Accounting Solutions

I am a small business owner, that offers quality, personalized service at a fraction of the price of the larger firms. As a small business owner, I understand the difficulties in starting up a new company, and am happy to offer budget friendly services, and advice to my small business clients.

Questions are always welcome, and are almost always free to my clients! If a question requires complex calculation and/or research then a fee may be charged, but this would be discussed prior to the performance of any work. There will not be any billing surprises.

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