Arlington TX CPA Tax Return Refund Individual Virtual Tax Planning Launched

A leading CPA firm in Arlington TX has launched virtual tax preparation and planning services for the entire DFW Metroplex. Appointments for confidential consultations are now being booked.

Arlington, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Hinckley Cook CPA firm has launched a virtual tax service for all individuals and small businesses in Arlington TX and beyond. The team there is now able to help existing and new clients with their tax needs via the phone and the internet.

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The launch of this virtual tax return service comes at a timely juncture. Although the tax deadline has been extended because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the firm’s clients still desire to meet the April 15th date.

The team prides itself on its high-quality service and helping clients to make the best financial decisions in regards to their tax issues. This centrally located tax firm is now available to the entire Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. Now with the launch of virtual tax services the firm’s accounting expertise will be easily available to residents throughout the area.

Now with virtual tax services the firm is inviting new clients from the following major cities: Dallas, Plano, Irving, Fort Worth, Richardson, Addison, Carrollton, Lewisville, Garland, Grand Prairie, and Mesquite.

One of the main advantages of the virtual tax service is the savings in time and gas that would normally be involved in traveling to the office. Even areas like Colleyville. Red Oak, Prosper, Weatherford, Mansfield, Greenville, and Denton may now call and set up a virtual tax preparation appointment.

Hinkley Cook CPAs stands ready to help clients virtually with professional tax return preparation, financial services for individuals and local businesses, personal finance planning, retirement planning, estate planning, and elder-care. It also offers a variety of business services and small business accounting solutions.

A company spokesman states, “Our firm is responsive. Companies choose our firm because they trust us to provide competent advice and fast, accurate personnel. We provide total financial services to individuals, large and small businesses and other agencies.”

The launch of virtual tax services for the DFW Metroplex is a great opportunity for all area residents and businesses to take care of their tax filing needs from the comfort of their homes.

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Contact Info:
Name: Kris Hinckley CPA
Email: Send Email
Organization: Hinckley Cook PC
Address: 2005 E Lamar Blvd #100, Arlington, TX 76006, United States
Phone: +1-817-265-1040

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952641

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