PFA Tax and Accounting Professionals is a full-service accounting firm. Our accounting services give you the necessary tools to guide you to your financial goals. We strive to provide information in the most efficient, concise, and understandable fashion. We utilize both our extensive knowledge and technologically advanced software to deliver a valuable accounting service. Our wealth of experience with complex tax issues combined with our understanding of the funeral industry makes us especially useful to any funeral home in need of tax, accounting and consulting services.
After each business year, we provide clients with a financial budget and pricing plan. PFA believes in a comprehensive review of all revenue and expenses to ensure that our clients’ products and services are priced properly by including their true cost of operation and will result in a fair return on their investment.
PFA continues to be a 100 percent employee-owned company with more than 150+ years of combined funeral industry experience providing personal service and developing close relationships with trusted clients throughout the United States. When you contact our office, you will be talking with an owner who cares about the needs and desires of the “Independent Funeral Director.”
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