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TL;DR: Accounting is Growing!

TL;DR: Accounting is Growing!

2018 has been an exciting year of growth and development for TL;DR: Accounting. We’re happy to announce that, as of August 1st, we have merged and absorbed Primarily Bookkeeping, an established Seattle-area bookkeeping firm.

About Primarily Bookkeeping

Primarily Bookkeeping has been a firm for over six years and is staffed by a dedicated team of bookkeeping professionals with decades of combined experience. Primarily Bookkeeping is headed by Rachel Barnett, Your Bookkeeping Fairy Godmother. She’s joined by Nena Markoč, project manager and office coordinator, and Michelle Doherty, bookkeeper and licensed CPA.

TL;DR: It’s Been a Busy Year

This year’s tax season was busy — and not just because of taxes! In addition to absorbing Primarily Bookkeeping, we’ve grown our team with the addition of two accountants, Elizabeth and Tanya, and a lovely new assistant, Heather.

The growth of our team and firm will directly contribute toward our ability to bring our valued clients even better service, and we’re so excited for you to meet and work with them!

Structuring Our Points of Contact

As our firm’s grown, so too have our points of contact.

  • To schedule an appointment, please do so here.
  • If you have questions about getting copies of your prior year tax returns, please email Heather.
  • For tax questions, contact Elizabeth.
  • For any QuickBooks Online or bookkeeping questions, get in touch with Tanya.

TL;DR: We’re Growing to Better Serve Our Clients

Our firm’s growth this year has been a direct response to the needs of our clients. With the addition of Elizabeth, Tanya, and Heather, and the absorption of Primarily Bookkeeping, we’re more equipped than ever to see to our clients’ accounting, tax, and bookkeeping needs.

By Dan Mattia

Daniel Mattia is a freelance writer and blogger who specializes in writing data-driven evergreen content for startups and small businesses. He resides on the east coast with his cat Rocky, who he affectionately deemed his “office manager.” When not writing for clients, Daniel is either working on his personal fiction projects, gaming, or reading. Daniel can be contacted and hired at http://danmattia.com

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