Carmen Garcia

Tax Preparer
Certified Public Accountant, Registered Financial Consultant, CEO at CC Garcia & Co PC
San Antonio Texas 78213

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Contact Details

  • Business
  • CC Garcia & Co PC
  • Logo
  • CC Garcia & Co PC Company Logo by Carmen Garcia in San Antonio TX
  • Position
  • Certified Public Accountant, Registered Financial Consultant, CEO
  • Location
  • 6800 Park Ten Blvd Ste 191W
    San Antonio, TX 78213
    United States of America

Professional Background

  • Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
    Weekends: By Appointment
  • Credentials
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) having done tax preparation for individuals and businesses in the state of Texas for over 30 years.

    Members:
    AICPA - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
    TSCPA - Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants

    We offer many financial services that are listed on our website at www.ccgarcia.com which you can visit for more information.

    Some of the services we provide include:
    - Accounting & Bookkeeping
    - Business & Individual Taxes, Tax Preparation, Tax Planning, Tax Problems
    - Personal Financial Planning
    - Audits, Reviews, & Compilations
    - Small Business Accounting
    - Financial Statements
    - Non-profit Organizations
    - New Business Formation
    - Succession Planning
    - Payroll
    - Strategic Business Planning
    - Cash Flow Management
    - Internal Controls

About Carmen Garcia

C.C. Garcia & Co., P.C., Certified Public Accountants is a full-service accounting firm located in San Antonio, Texas. We can provide you with assistance in all your tax, financial, and business affairs — assistance that will improve your total financial well-being. 

We are ready to assist you with the following goals: 

  • Keeping your taxes as low as the law allows.
  • Building your personal wealth through sound tax and financial planning.
  • Designing record keeping and accounting systems that help your business function efficiently and profitably.
  • Helping you solve your business problems.
  • Planning for a comfortable retirement.
  • Preserving your estate for your intended heirs.
  • Helping your company comply with regulatory requirements.

We want you to get the best financial and tax help possible. Explore our website at www.ccgarcia.com to discover the many ways we can serve you. Then if you would like to get together to discuss your tax and accounting needs, contact us via e-mail at carmen@ccgarcia.com or by phone at (210) 732-7701.


6800 Park Ten Blvd., Suite 191 W
San Antonio, Texas 78213

Phone: (210) 732-7701
Fax: (210) 732-8715

Carmen Garcia Member Articles


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