At WarrenJackson CPAs, we have been serving the East Tennessee business region since 1962. Our firm represents a unique blend of small town ethics and tradition and contemporary, technology-driven solutions. Focused on our community, we are proud to claim that client relationships always come first. Our team takes a proactive approach to client service—helping business owners focus on the future, and not the past. While many accountants simply prepare tax returns and report back on prior year performance, our team is committed to educating and empowering our clients with the information that’s required to manage their business and financial affairs with confidence.
We are passionate about supporting our local communities and value the trust that our clients and community members place in us. While our services have evolved over the years to keep pace with trends in the accounting profession and technology, our client service values have remained the same: accessible, approachable, accountable. Simply put, we enjoy helping people…and it’s why we’ve been part of the community for so long!
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Tax season is approaching quickly. It’s just a few weeks until the IRS officially starts accepting returns, which means now is the perfect time to use the tips below to help you net some last-minute tax-savings and tackle tax season with ease.
It’s amazing how much festive fun can be packed into a few weeks. While the holidays truly can be wonderful, they can also feel overwhelming with too much to do and too many temptations that derail us from enjoying what is truly important. To help you make your holidays feel more fulfilling and less frantic, try these suggestions...
On November 16, the House passed a new tax reform bill that moves the GOP closer to bringing the legislation to fruition. Now the Senate is preparing its own tax reform package. If passed, it must be reconciled with the House before any final legislation goes to the White House. Here is a snapshot of some of the key changes proposed in the tax reform bill: