The thing I love about working with UCB is that I don't have to think about it. I know they have my back. I couldn't do all the things they do!
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Accountants Adding to Your Peace of Mind
Adding to your peace of mind is more than just a slogan for us, it’s the way we do business. We’ll take care of your taxes, of course. But we’ll also do more. We have a virtually lock-tight quality control system to be sure that every possible situation is covered. And we look at your whole life situation, not just your taxes. We’ll help you with strategies and advice that fit your life, now and into the future. If you need the advice or services of other professionals, such as bankers, attorneys or wealth managers, we’ll help you find the right firms to fit your situation.
We can have this exclusive focus on your needs because our commitment to you is backed by over 70 years of experience, serving a wide variety of clients with diverse backgrounds, resources and goals. We’ve been there with others and we want to be there for you, guiding you through the tax and financial consequences of your life, both now and into the future.
At Uselton Clay & Bright, we trace our roots back to 1947 when Walter C. Coppinger and Jim Smith founded the firm, then called Smith & Coppinger. As senior partners retired and others took the helm, the names changed, but the firm and its values remains the same: to serve you with the best tax, business and financial advice possible, to help you stay on track to meet your financial dreams and goals.
Today, senior partners Keith Uselton and Suzie Jones Clay run the team. Working with them is a team of outstanding CPAs, accountants and business valuators. Find out more about them below.
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