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Testimonials

Bevis Rope, Inc.

"We are totally absorbed into the WCA system and vice versa. We are comfortable and extremely happy with all aspects of the relationship. I can honestly say there is nothing about the relationship that I would change, that vexes me or that I think is unfair. Financially, I feel that we are getting great value for the billing that is done. They are not cheap, but they are worth every penny. The reality is, we have an excellent and extremely close relationship with an exceptional vendor."   

Jack Kruesi, Owner

Covenant Allergy & Asthma Care

"WCA has done our personal returns for the last 15 years, so when I decided to start Covenant Allergy & Asthma Care in 2008, Stephanie Fitch and her staff were the first choice to handle our business accounting.  Over the years, we have found them to be knowledgeable and cost effective financial advisors.  I view WCA as a trusted advisor and partner .”

Dr. Susan P. Raschal, DO
Board-certified allergist

McKay Books, Inc.

"WCA has been our accountants for over 10 years.  I have found them to be very responsive to any requests that I have.  I find them very knowledgeable and trust them to have my best interests in mind with each business need. They are a joy to work with! I would strongly recommend them to any business or individual for their accounting needs." 

Anne Jacobson
President, McKay Books, Inc. 

Real Estate Partners

"As indicative by our name, Real Estate Partners, I take great pride in fostering meaningful and beneficial “partnerships” not only within our company and with our clients but with our consultants as well. WCA has been our accounting firm since our inception over five years ago. As we have exponentially grown, I have always been able to count on my “partners” at WCA for wise counsel and advice. As Real Estate Partners continues to grow I am confident that I can count on WCA to be by our side and consider WCA an integral part of our success."

Darlene Brown
Managing Broker, Owner

 
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"Financial Advice I Would Give My Twenty-Year-Old Self"

An author from Forbes gives advice not only to her child, but to all of us: 

1. Learn to negotiate

2. Start out saving a higher percentage of your income

3. Marry someone you deeply love and stay married.

4. Invest in real property

5. Learn how the tax system works. 

6. Obtain an advanced degree or professional designation. 

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THE FULL ARTICLE


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