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04/29/2017
By: Danijel P.
Highland Hardwood & Flooring
please think twice before you decide to call this company if you don't you will be taken advantage,thanks
04/07/2017
By: Ginger P.
KY Energy Pro, Inc.
Every service they have performed in my home has been great. So please with the improved air quality and lower utility bills.
03/01/2017
By: Bizness O.
Stephens & Lawson CPA
Had them prepare my taxes for yeas. At first, the main guy (CPA) did them and had no issues. However, for the last several years the main guy just works with a few choice clients and now they have these "seasonal" employees prepare them for a small cut. The problem is my taxes were not done properly year after year. After complaining about these issues I was transferred to a new tax preparer and this "routine" happened practically every year over the last 4. After the 4th year of having a new person prepare them and again, making mistakes, I no longer use this incompetent office. I complained to Don Lawson jr and his answer was. "I don't know what to tell you".
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02/28/2017
By: Jim C.
George Joseph B & Co Pllc
I have been doing business with Joe and company for about 15 years. He is everything you could look for in an accountant. he is always looking out for the client. I may be moving soon and I guess we will just have to work by mail because I am not changing.
01/27/2017
By: G M.
Stephens & Lawson CPA
I've been with this CfPA firm through a history of various businesses(pizza and income properties)for 30 years and find their services excellent. I look forward to every yearly meeting with this company and its people. Past resident of Louisville and currently living in Florida with Stephens and Lawson doing my taxes. Today I'm looking forward to driving to Louisville visiting and having Roger do my taxes for 2016.GRM
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10/16/2016
By: Ann H.
Highland Hardwood Flooring
Love, Love, Love my new Hardwood Plank floor installed by Highland Hardwood Flooring.....they look beautiful! Everyday when I get up in the morning, or come home from work and walk in the kitchen, a smile comes over my face....the color is so rich and warm feeling......thank you Highland Hardwood Flooring for doing a fabulous job!!!
09/14/2016
By: Andria T.
Kevin L Thompson
Awful, AWFUL business. Poor craftmanship, charges way too much and K Thompson is literally a POS. Rude and nasty. Unfortunate looking person too.No website or Facebook page. Shady.
01/03/2016
By: Brian N.
KY Energy Pro, Inc.
My furnace stopped working and KY Energy Pro saved me! They found the problem and fixed it. Their service was excellent.Thank you KY Energy Pro!!!
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05/17/2015
By: Christie&beau E.
Probation & Parole Office
I hate having to wait for hours just to be talked to for 5 minutes. It makes me wonder what they are doing back there in between Probation/Parolees. They want us to work and have productive lives but we have to take off once a month to sit there all day. Ridiculous!!
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04/06/2015
By: Bahili D.
Highlands Tax & Accounting
Very Professional and great services....Highly recommend this business.
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