The Hagen Firm, is a public accounting firm located in beautiful downtown Edmonds. We believe that we can serve our clients best by developing and maintaining deep and long-term relationships that provide clarity on how to provide solutions that our clients value. We value integrity, relationship, collaboration and community.
Our team provides full service tax and accounting compliance, consulting, and advisory solutions to businesses and individuals in Edmonds, Seattle, and the greater western Washington area utilizing advanced technology in our client communication and work processes. We work in collaboration with our clients to provide the solutions they need to support their success and vision.
Our next step in continuing to grow our tax compliance and consulting practice is to add an experienced tax professional to our team. This person would work with individual, business, and estate & trust clients to prepare tax returns and participate in tax planning.
Our team is comprised of CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, para-professionals and office professionals with expert knowledge. We emphasize a continuous education process in business, individual, trust and estate taxation, accounting and bookkeeping, financial statement preparation, business advisory services, accounting consulting and tax planning. We are fun loving, family focused, forward looking and have a vision for the future of our firm that we are excited about.
Competitive compensation and benefits will be offered – Send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com and be sure to include “Next Team Member” and your full name in the subject line.
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