We Specialize In

1Tax Solutions

At H&J we can provide you with a wide variety of tax services from tax preparation to planning and research. Our goal is to make sure your tax liability is the lowest allowed under the law.

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2Business Valuations

H&J is well equipped and well qualified to servicing your business valuation needs. Whether you are a business owner selling or buying a business, planning your estate, involved in a litigation matter, or if you are an attorney or a financial professional, H&J is committed to delivering a comprehensive product. We are reliable and responsive throughout the business valuation engagement.

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3Litigation Support

Litigation matters often include complex business and valuation issues and concepts. It is important to have a solid presentation and presenter to simplify these complexities. H&J has been involved with many such cases with attorneys and other financial professionals regarding issues such as minority interest, personal vs professional goodwill, dissenting/oppressed shareholders and partners / other matters where explaining complex matters to a judge, jury, or other parties are involved and litigation is crucial.

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4Mergers & Acquisitions

H&J can offer you assistance in the buy or sell-side. Knowledgeable in all areas, we can help you assess the value of your company or a company you are considering procuring. Do your due diligence by contacting H&J.

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5Non-profit Audits & Consulting

H&J works to form a special partnership with its Non-Profit clients to help with important matters other CPA firms don't address. From auditing, best practices, board communications and more, H&J has the knowledge and experience to make sure your non-profit is running smoothly.

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Latest News

Aug
06

ACA Changes Employer Health Plan Reimbursement Arrangement

Employers Can No Longer Reimburse Health Insurance Premiums Without Penalty

The Affordable Care Act is rapidly changing employer health insurance policies. In many situations, it may be less expensive for an employer to reimburse employee paid insurance premiums rather than establish its own insurance plan. Under IRS Notice 2013‑54 ...

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