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  • 2519 E. 7th Avenue
    Flagstaff, AZ 86004
  • (928) 526-3999

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Jeff Augenstein, EA

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Tax Preparation

Jeff Augenstein, EA

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Niels Mickelson, EA

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Tax Resolution

Melissa Rainwater-Fleming, EA

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Individual attention to goals in guiding you through your financial needs today, tomorrow and into the future.


A team built of Enrolled Agents with expertise in all areas of tax preparation.

Tax Resolution

Based in Flagstaff, AZ we have the ability and knowledge to solve US tax problems nationwide with a team of Enrolled Agents.

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