Professional Funeral Alliance – New Business Announcement
Springfield, Illinois, October 5, 2011 – Nine (9) long-time funeral service professionals announced that they have formed a new company, Professional Funeral Alliance, Inc., to provide accounting, tax planning and preparation, financial analysis, business valuation, succession & estate planning, and other consulting services to the funeral industry. “We are a 100% employee owned company with more than 160 plus combined years of experience providing personal service and developing close relationships with trusted clients throughout the United States. We will be using the most technologically advanced software to develop and provide cutting edge products and services. When you contact our office, you will be talking with an owner who cares about the needs and desires of the ‘Independent Funeral Director’.”, said Tom Flynn, President.
Tom Flynn, CPA/ABV, CFP is joined by Jeff Burris, EA, Dan Garner, Mike Hakeman, Karla Hart, EA, Brian Voights, EA, Bob Jamison, CPA, Sam Seiz, EA, Ryan Nowakowski and Sarah Croft. “There are 10 of us all together and we are equal partners. We believe in independent funeral service and entrepreneurs serving entrepreneurs with good old fashioned American values. ” said Dan Garner, Vice President.
For more information, contact Professional Funeral Alliance, P.O. Box 13345, Springfield, IL 62791-3345, send an email to email@example.com, or call (877) 895-0058 or (217) 473-9527.
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