Bould & Associates, P.C., CPA'S
Bould Financial Professionals
The Cornerstone for Your Financial Future.
For more than 20 years, we have helped our clients grow and manage their businesses, minimize their taxes, and work toward personal financial security.
Integrating tax expertise, accounting, consulting and financial services gives us unique insight into your financial world and allows us to provide a comprehensive approach that both yields desired results and simplifies your life.
As certified public accountants, Bould & Associates, P.C. are trusted advisors who can position you and your business to reach your financial goals. We provide accounting, tax and consulting services for individuals and small business. In accounting, we provide reviewed and compiled financial statement services, QuickBooks® and Peachtree® installation and assistance, and periodic client financial statement assistance. In tax, we provide expert individual, corporate, estate and partnership return preparation and tax reduction planning. In consulting, we provide litigation services and business profitibility services.
As financial advisors, Bould Financial Professionals provides comprehensive investment and insurance planning. The objective is to help clients achieve long term financial goals include retirement income and security planning, education planning and inheritance planning. Products include mutual funds, money management services including Portfolio Advisory Services, life and long term care insurance.
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