Established in 1998 by Kep and Beth Younce, Younce & Co., is not your typical CPA firm. From day one of operations, with just two clients, Younce & Co.’s philosophy included a dedication to going beyond the role of the typical accounting firm to provide clients with a long-term financial partner they could rely on for trusted advice, dependable and accurate financial information, and advice to help them achieve their long and short term financial goals.
We firmly believe that numbers are the result of what you and your business do…not the end goal. The ultimate goal is to give you the freedom and flexibility to live the way you want in all aspects of your personal and professional life. As such, we work closely with our clients, building long-term relationships that foster success.
Our firm is also committed to providing our clients with advanced services that enhance productivity and efficiency. Through our ongoing investment in next generation technology, we ensure that our clients have the benefit and convenience of anytime, anywhere access to key financial information through convenient, web-based client portals
To learn more about our firm and the benefits that we provide to our clients, contact us today.
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