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Business Listing   Block H & R - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (906) 863-3120


Business Listing   Fuhrman Tax Service Limited - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-7311


Business Listing   Halverson John M CPA - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-3281


Business Listing   Hoffmann & Hoffmann Financials - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-1040


Business Listing   Johnson Thomas O Accountant - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-1101


Business Listing   Menomonie Accounting & Tax Service - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-4891


Business Listing   Oldfield Richard J Accountant - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-4255


Business Listing   Trainer Yvonne E - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 233-1151


Business Listing   Young Steven H CPA - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 235-9555


Business Listing   Ziegler Tax & Accounting Inc - Menomonie, WI - Phone: 1 (715) 231-4132


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Helpful Definition for: Tax Consultants

Menomonie has one or more tax consultants who can be hired. A tax consultant is a professional who is an expert in the field of taxation. He can have specialization in the tax deduction structures of specific fields. He assists his client in filing accurate tax returns, claiming refunds and benefits, as well as ways to save money and invest instead of having to pay a big amount of tax, as well as with the payment of the tax itself. A tax, in simple words, is a deduction made by the federal and state government for carrying out various federal and state functions and projects. It is calculated on the basis of income or money earned, and is either deducted at source, or has to be declared by an individual or a company separately.

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