A “Proactive Tax & Accounting Firm” is not just our slogan, it’s our Mission. At Heyer & Associates our staff strives every day to anticipate the needs of our clients by providing out standing customer service, dedication to research and development and customizing our services to meet the needs of our clients that meet our criteria.
With over 10 years of experience, we have learned the importance of staff development, community involvement and client satisfaction. By combining all three points, we have been able to retain outstanding professionals who are eager to assist and guide our clients through the complexities of accounting, tax and payroll.
Our clients consists of domestic, service-oriented small businesses and individuals who are technologically inclined or are looking for a tech savvy accounting firm to implement advanced and appropriate systems. Our clients see the value in our service, knowledge and experience. Our clients are not price-sensitive; they understand the value of our knowledge and see it as an investment and not an expense.
We are committed to our clients and promise to deliver friendly customer service, timely response to all inquiries and most important real-time accounting reports with a dashboard, which will not only crunch numbers but clarify them.
We are “The Proactive Tax & Accounting Firm”!
Committed to you,
Ralf F. Heyer, EA
President and Founder
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