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2018 In Review: What We Are Thankful For

2018-12-11 | by Gene B. Reynolds, CPA

As we reflect on 2018, our CPA firm is thankful for the opportunity to serve the needs of our clients, whether accounting, tax, or other areas.

Over the past year, some clients in the Houston area required assistance recovering from Hurricane Harvey. Other clients needed support taking advantage of new technology to grow their business. We also brought on new clients with individual challenges to help address.

As we reflect on these opportunities to help our clients, we cannot help but be thankful for God’s provision, the amazing supportive team that we count on every day, and the terrific clients that we are blessed to be able to serve.

Through our collective efforts, we were able to grow and strengthen throughout the year.

Looking Ahead to 2019

In the year ahead, we will aim to continue serving the unique needs of each our clients.

We recognize that amazing new technology will change the way that many of our clients do business as they continue to grow. To that end, we anticipate helping our clients take advantage of these opportunities by providing accounting, tax, and other support that follows their growth path.

Our dedicated, hard-working team of accounting and tax professionals are prepared to provide the right support on a person-to-person basis. While technology might be changing business, we still believe in the power of personal touch to listen to our clients and provide custom support.

We are thankful to have the right team in place and wonderful clients to work with. We look forward to continue working with you in 2019 and beyond.

– If you are not a current client, we would appreciate the opportunity to provide services to your business. Please contact us today to schedule a consultation with our team.

About the Author

Gene B. Reynolds, CPA

Gene is the Founder and President of Reynolds and Associates, a Houston-based CPA Firm. He has spent 42 years helping Houston entrepreneurs navigate their enterprises through both calm and stormy waters.


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