HADDOCKS TAX & ACCOUNTING INC.
Haddocks Tax & Accounting Inc. is a local Atlanta, GA accounting firm with a strong tradition of excellence in supporting the accounting and tax needs of small businesses. We take pride in helping businesses of all kinds with proactive tax planning, bookkeeping and accounting services, cash flow management and much more. We first learn all we can about the demands of your business then concentrate our efforts on developing accounting solutions to fit your needs and budget. Haddocks Tax & Accounting Inc. offers the right balance between personal attention, reliable advice, and a wealth of experience to deliver the high quality accounting and tax services your business needs to succeed. We also work with individuals and provide income tax preparation services designed to save you money and get you your tax return quickly.
At Haddocks Tax & Accounting Inc., we consider all our clients valuable and strive to build relationships that will last for years to come. Call 470-240-5937 now and find out how we can become your trusted financial advisor by requesting a free initial consultation. We offer all our tax and accounting services at affordable rates to businesses and individuals throughout Atlanta and all other states.
Let us handle the accounting and bookkeeping demands of your business so you have time to focus on what's important - running it.
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