The Right Solution for the Right Need

Financial challenges can be stressful. From general Accounting, Bookkeeping and Payroll Services in Western North Carolina to Remote CFO Services, the experienced and friendly staff of locally owned and operated Qual-i-Tax is positioned to help you succeed. Need tax services in Hickory, NC? We provide Personal and Property Tax Preparation as well as Tax Counseling. Owe the IRS? Don’t worry. Our knowledgeable staff at Qual-i-Tax knows just how to handle any issue that’s keeping you up at night. As credentialed experts, we specialize in resolving outstanding tax debt by providing help with IRS tax problems.

Experience Matters

Whether you need assistance starting a new business or just help managing the on-going needs of an established company, the professionals at Qual-i-Tax leverage 3o+ years of experience across diverse industries. This depth of experience with financial and tax matters makes Qual-i-Tax the right choice for your personal or business matters. Existing business clients include S and C Corporations, LLCs, Sole Proprietors and Partnerships. Typical projects/services range from but are not limited to: Accounting System Designs, Setup and Clean-Up, Preparation and Interpretation of Financial Reports, Business Management Advice, and other specialized Bookkeeping Services. If you live or are located in the state of NC, Qual-i-Tax can help! We service clients in Hickory, Lenoir, Taylorsville, Statesville, Charlotte, Morganton, Raleigh, Greensboro and more.

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Help is just a phone call away. Initial consultations are FREE. Contact your Hickory tax accountant today at (828)261-2000 or to speak with an expert about your personal or business accounting or tax needs.

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“My husband and I have appreciated the services of Qual-i-Tax for more than 15 years. The excellent service and responsiveness of Valerie and her staff take the stress out of managing three small businesses and our personal finances.”

– Carol Kerr