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5977 Jan Mar Drive
Falls Church, VA 22041

Terry L. Jones, CPA, LLC

703-671-7050

 
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Welcome to our website! Bookmark this site and come back often for news and tax planning tips in our newsletter section. You can also check your refund status right on our website!

We have been working closely with individuals and businesses for many years to help them achieve their financial goals. Our experience includes tax planning and compliance services for individuals and businesses, as well as extensive work in expatriate and foreign national taxation.

Our goal is to provide clients with highly personalized tax, accounting, and financial advice. By performing the best service possible at affordable fees, we have formed countless rewarding business relationships throughout the world and have helped our clients grow and prosper.

We would welcome the opportunity discuss your personal or business situation with you and assist you with your tax and financial needs. Please email [email protected]or call us at (703) 671-7050.

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Member : American Institute of CPAs, Virginia Society of CPAs

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