Thank you for your service

We honor our veterans

Shank & Company, CPA  has been serving the Tri-State area since 1981.   We support our troops.  Shank & Company, CPA has never and will never charge active duty U.S. military personnel for personal taxes.  It’s our way of saying, “Thank You for your service!”

We have also been known to do long-term elderly clients’ taxes for free so that they have a record of their income for each year.  One year, it paid off because the government issued a check to everyone who made less than a certain amount of money that year. You had to have filed your taxes to participate. Our clients that qualified all received their checks.

We specialize in business start-ups.  Do not pay to set up a corporation or an LLC.  We do that at no charge for clients!  The only amount due is to the State to register the business.

We offer a free tax tune up AFTER tax season to clients so they are not surprised by the new tax laws that were recently enacted.  We’ve done this since our founding, every time there is a significant change in the income tax structure.

The principal owner at Shank & Company, CPA is a Certified Public Accountant, and a Chartered Management Accountant.  These are licensed professional statuses and are not similar to being a “Certified Quick Books Pro”.  Our designations are legitimate and licensed with the State.

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