Accounting Firms and CPA Firms in Montgomery, Alabama

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CPA opening graph in Montgomery, Alabama offer many services, including tax preparation, tax services, IRS, budgeting, money, financial planning, auditing, financial statements, estate planning and more.

Here are additional financial services, including Montgomery CPA and accounting firms with tax accountants:
Company Name Address City State ZIP Code Phone Number
Aldridge Borden & Co 74 Commerce St Montgomery Alabama 36104 (334) 834-6640
Armstrong, Margaret I CPA 1726 W 2nd St # D Montgomery AL 36106 (334) 263-9050
Arthur Leadingham & Co 7001 Brockport Ct Montgomery AL 36117 (334) 270-3366
Ballard, A Layne 9541 Wynlakes Pl Montgomery Alabama 36117 (334) 277-3060
Bern Butler Capilouto & Massey 4137 Carmichael Rd # 200 Montgomery AL 36106 (334) 244-4100
Bone, Samuel E CPA 2529 E 5th St Montgomery Alabama 36107 (334) 265-3034
Clenney, Kimberly CPA 7027 Halcyon Park Dr Montgomery AL 36117 (334) 262-0424
Richard Harris Ingram Bozeman 7029 Halcyon Park Dr Montgomery AL 36117 (334) 277-8135
Sea & Sea Accounting-Sttstcl 2908 Chestnut St Montgomery Alabama 36107 (334) 264-1165
Wilson Price Barranco 3815 Interstate Ct Montgomery AL 36109 (334) 271-2200
Wolf & Taunton 1761 Taliaferro Trl Montgomery Alabama 36117 (334) 244-8900


Though savings accounts have never been known for their high interest rates there are some advantages to having one. First, the liquidity of your money is always important. When you invest or make other long term saving decisions your money is usually stuck there. However, in a savings account you are allowed up to six transactions a month to pull that money whenever it is needed. Unlike savings accounts, investing and CDs usually ask for a significant amount of money at the start. Most banks ask for a minimal amount that must be kept in the savings account at all times, this amount varies by bank so read the details about you savings account before creating one. While your money may not be making as much return as it would in investments, it is insured and there is no possible way you could lose it. The FDIC and the NCUSIF insure your savings up to $250,000. As technology is changing so are banks to better support consumers’ needs. There are many banks that operate only online and these banks tend to offer higher-yield savings options. Therefore, if you are comfortable with keeping track of your money completely online, you can earn a higher interest rate and gain a larger return on your savings. These are several reasons why a savings account could be beneficial to your finances.

 

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