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Concannon Miller's new website offers updated tax tips, usability

Posted by Concannon Miller on Mar 2, 2016 3:16:28 PM

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new_website.jpgConcannon, Miller & Co. debuted a new website this week, which offers more relevant information for businesses and is easier to use.

The new is mobile responsive and offers updated tax tips and strategies for businesses through a blog and online tax planning guide.

 “Our new website offers business owners increased insight into opportunities for tax planning, as well as information on key areas of concern for business owners such as estate and financial planning, succession planning and the like," Concannon Miller Director of Marketing and Business Development Betsy Storey-Bono said. "Insight and advice are the hallmarks of our firm." 

Industry-specific tax and accounting information for manufacturers, construction companies, professional service firms, nonprofits, McDonald’s Owner/Operators and other franchisees are a key part of the new site. It also details all of Concannon Miller’s services, which include business consulting, business valuations and employee benefit audits in addition to accounting and tax planning.

“Our new website better demonstrates the many ways Concannon Miller helps businesses reduce their tax liability and increase cash flow,” Storey-Bono said.

In constructing the website, a critical issue was to maintain the company’s secure online login for clients. Altitude Marketing, of Emmaus, designed the new site.

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This communication is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. However, the general information herein is not intended to be nor should it be treated as tax, legal, or accounting advice. Additional issues could exist that would affect the tax treatment of a specific transaction and, therefore, taxpayers should seek advice from an independent tax advisor based on their particular circumstances before acting on any information presented. This information is not intended to be nor can it be used by any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding tax penalties.

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