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Pensacola, FL

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John Pharr CPA

Big firm capacity. Small firm personality.

850.435.8844

Pharr CPA Financial Services

We create rewarding relationships with our clients

John Pharr CPA LLC. provides accounting, tax, management advisory, and other consulting services to a wide range of clients in and around the Pensacola area. Our reputation for integrity, competence and distinguished service is based on years of successful practice and continuous service to our clients. As a result, we have established a reputation as trusted business consultants, working in partnership with our clients to enhance their continued growth and success. Our history of successful client relationships can be traced to the personal attention given to each client’s business.

Choosing the right CPA firm is critical to the success of any business. Along with accounting and tax services, a CPA must provide relevant, timely business and financial advice. That means your CPA must understand your business and your financial needs and goals.

At our firm we strive to provide the highest quality of accounting services and financial advice to our clients. Our professional staff is experienced in a wide variety of industries, and dedicated to understanding the unique aspects of each client. We will spend time with you, asking questions and offering suggestions and insight to help you improve your bottom line.

John Pharr is a member of Riverside WA Financial Advisors.

 

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