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PERSONAL & BUSINESS ACCOUNTING IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
We have been preparing taxes for 15 years. Our experience over that time has provided us with a vast knowledge of tax situations that will help clients with the most simplistic to the most complicated returns. Our mission is to provide tax preparation and advice to help every client’s tax situation.
Our main tax preparer and owner is Scott Whittaker. He has been a federally licensed Enrolled Agent since 2003. After spending time in the Marine Corps, Mr. Whittaker became a custom cabinet maker, which may explain his attention to detail. He owned his own cabinet-making business for seventeen years. Then, he started his college career at Sullivan University. Before graduation he established Accounting Concepts Inc. He graduated in 2000 and started expanding his business.
Accounting Concepts has grown every year due to our commitment to serving our clients. We have prepared returns for high school and college students still living at home and being claimed by their parents, as well as young adults out on their own for the first time. These returns are simple, yet still need to be filed. Then comes the young married couple, buying their first home, having children and just beginning to save for retirement. These returns are a little more complicated, but not for the seasoned tax preparer. Later in life the children start going to college. There is college tuition to consider, as well as financial aid, that impact the tax return. Then the kids are gone, the house is downsized, you work a little longer saving for retirement-then retire. What are the tax implications of selling your house? Do you have enough money to retire? Are there tax credits for going to college? There are lots of tax questions. We are here year round and encourage our clients to call about anything they think will affect their taxes.