CLIENT PORTAL & INFORMATION
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What’s New at Clemmer?

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS

Monday- Thursday 8:30-5:00 & Friday 8:30-12:00

06/05/19 - You may have noticed a couple of new faces in the office over the past couple of months. Be sure to check out our About Us page to learn all about your Clemmer team members! Also, Ms Linda will be here part- time going forward. She will be available through email, but we encourage you to reach out to the rest of the team here at the office for any questions or issues that may arise. John, Liboria and Ashley are all still here full time as well to ensure you are given the great service you are used to. Some other things that have been going on, we have upgraded our computer system and monitors, making our service more efficient and reliable. We also have initiated a strategy to begin going as paperless as possible. This keeps our costs down, which allows us to keep our fees low. We still hold strong to our commitment to providing a quality experience. We strive to maintain an impeccable performance when it comes to our clients. While we are excited about all the changes, we also understand what it is that has made Clemmer & Associates successful for all these years…exceptional service, quality relationships and wonderful clients.

 

FIVE fast facts about TAXES

1). The tax code is over 74,000 pages long. -It would take even a super fast reader more than 1,200 hours to get through it all!

2).  Since 2001, there have been over 4,500 changes to the tax code.

- The rules are constantly being updated, Some do work out in the taxpayers favor, such as when new credit are introduced.

3). 17% of workers violate the tax code when filing their returns on their own. 

-The tax code is so complex, it's not surprising to learn that close to 1/5 of taxpayers fail to comply with the rules. 

4). Not every state has an income tax. -While all 50 states have to pay federal income tax, there are 7 that has not state income tax. (Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming).

5). Alabama is the only state with a "playing card tax".- If you purchase a deck of cards inside the state, you will have to pay an extra 10 cents due to their playing card tax. 

“Every great business is built on friendship.”
— James Cash Penney
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We appreciate you…

Thank you, to our wonderful & loyal clients for allowing us to serve you.