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Privacy Policy

Here is our Privacy Policy required by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999.

You're Information

  • Your non-public personal or business information is collected and or compiled from various sources:
  • Information received from you on tax organizers, worksheets, client questionnaires, 3rdparty reporting documents (such as but not necessarily limited to W-2's, 1099's, K-1's, etc.), receipts, applications, bank statements, check registers, and other financial documentation you provide;
  • Information you provide via personal interview, telephone conversations, faxes, emails, and email attachments, etc.;
  • Information about your transactions with our firm;
  • Information received about you from consumer reporting agencies, as applicable, if background or credit checks are requested and or conducted on your behalf.

Non-Disclosure

  • Your non-public personal or business information is not disclosed to any person or party, except as required by law or to facilitate filing your tax returns or other official agency compliance on your behalf.
  • Upon the closing of your account or should our business relationship cease, your non-public personal or business information will not be disclosed to any person, party, or agency other than as required by law.

Security of Information

  • Access to your information is restricted in a variety of ways:
  • Only to those employees who have a need to know in order to provide agreed upon or contracted products or services to you;
  • Physical security, electronic security safeguards and strict procedural measures are undertaken consistently, in accordance with required federal standards in place, in order to protect your non-public information.
  • Your privacy is extremely important. Please trust that the protection of your information is equally important and we take its' safeguarding very seriously. Please call if you have any questions.


Note: Under federal law we may not use tax information provided by you for other than preparing your tax returns. The use of your information for any other purpose requires your consent. Please see consent form and provide as necessary.

Note: If you believe your tax return information has been disclosed or used improperly in a manner unauthorized by law or without your permission, you may contact the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) by telephone at 1-800-366-4484 or by email at complaints@tigta.treas.gov.

Online information is stored on secure servers located in CPA Website Solutions SOC 1 certified datacenters.

 If you have any questions about this policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Please fill out this form and let us know how we can be of service. We will happily offer you a free consultation to determine how we can best serve you.

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