Are you ready to get your tax returns filed? Think you can’t afford a CPA firm?
Give the Andrews Drummond Group a call, today, at 770-505-0370.
Bring in your last year’s tax return and this year’s records. We will give you a price before doing your returns! We also offer FREE e-filing!
Want to spend more time doing what you do? We can help with payroll, quarterly reports, W-2’s, 1099’s, Dept of Labor compliance audits, federal and state electronic payments, financial statements, etc. Whether you are a sole proprietor, “C” Corp, “S” Corp, LLC, partnership, non-profit, etc, we have the experience.
As an accounting firm, we are called upon to handle many of our clients' business and personal financial needs. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of quality and professionalism and to providing excellence in every service we provide.
Open communication is vital to a good client-professional relationship. We want you to feel comfortable about asking questions and discussing your concerns. Your relationship with us is a private one and is handled in strict confidentiality in accordance with the high standards of our profession.
We are reliable and timely with your work. Our experienced staff can take the worry and work out of the record-keeping, reporting and filing requirements you face. Financial reports from our progressive accounting and tax departments will be accurate and timely.
Our Certified Public Accountants have rigorous continuing education requirements. We go beyond those standards in our commitment to excellence. Our staff participates in more than the minimum requirements to ensure that we are abreast of current reporting and filing requirements of your industry.
We are members of the Georgia Society of CPAs. As a member we are required to undergo a peer review. We have received high ratings from our fellow practitioners during these reviews.
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The Internal Revenue Service receives thousands of reports each year from taxpayers who receive suspicious emails, phone calls, faxes or notices claiming to be from the IRS.
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