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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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Melissa Rainwater-Fleming, EA

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Roxanne Augenstein, EA

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

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

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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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