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02/09/2013
By: dgallantnal
Large Jena and Associates
I have known Jena for several years and knew she prepared taxes but I never let her do mine. However, this year was a different kind of year and I decided to ask her to prepare mine. Not because I know her but because she is so professional and does everything she can to get you the best refund, I was so ready for her to tell me the bottom line. Speaking of lines, she went line by line with me explaining everything to me so that I understood. I would recommend her to anyone who needs a great tax preparer she knows the tax law and does a great job. So with that said, Thank you Jena for being so professional yet being so friendly and helpful in all you do. I used to do my taxes every year not anymore, she is it! Looking forward to next year. She has your back and will be there for you. Congratulations on your new office!!!
03/27/2014
By: Heather S.
Jones Stephen H
One of the best attorneys in Jefferson County, hands down. Mr. Jones has represented our family in criminal and family courts and has always fought to protect our rights and win our case. He is thorough, experienced, and honest. Its hard to find an attorney with all of those qualities. He keeps you up to date on your case at all times and actually listens to his clients. His secretaries are always polite and knowledgeable. I would recommend him to anyone needing solid representation!
02/02/2013
By: gaile.randall
Large Jena and Associates
Jena Large is a true Tax Professional. I was thrilled with the with the way she handled all my and my families tax returns. Her knowledge and preparation for all the new taxes and laws is impressive and my family and I will , with the greatest of confidence,continue to use her and her associates for all our tax and payroll needs!
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04/24/2013
By: holbrook136
Roper T. David
Dave has represented me for going on 7 years now and I am extremely pleased with his service and would recommend him to anyone
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05/11/2017
By: Leroy M.
Law Office Of Ontario J. Tillman
Super experienced. I highly recommend this lawyer. He is knowledgeable and a fighter in court. Worth every penny
11/18/2012
By: costshifting
Noble & Wrady, LLC
I have found Mr. Wrady to be an outstanding attorney . Very attentive , very caring .
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