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OFFICE HOURS

Tax Season hours (January 19th through April 15th, 2015)

  • Monday through Friday 9am** to 8pm
  • Saturday 9am** to 5pm
  • Closed on Sunday

**Doors open at 8am. Tax preparation begins by 9am as preparers become available.

Non-Tax Season hours - (Resume on April 16th, 2015)

  • Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm
  • Evening hours to 6pm available by appointment only.
  • Appointments are required for all services after April 15th
  • Saturday- Closed
  • Sunday- Closed
  • Other evening hours, for financial or investment services* only, available by appointment.

*These services are offered by Paul Wickert and Jason Rose through their affiliation with H.D. Vest Investment ServicesSM and H.D.Vest Advisory ServicesSM.

Acc-U-Rite Tax Service Inc. is not a registered broker/dealer or independent investment advisory firm.

 

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