Feniks & Company, LLC | Fairbanks, Alaska
Accounting as a Healing Art
OUR BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY
Our philosophy is to practice accounting as a healing art. We apply a holistic approach to the financial well-being of our clients and provide CPA services from the prospective of a business advisor with a broad base of knowledge about your business, your financial portfolio, and your specific tax needs. We believe that knowledge shared is power, while knowledge kept is meaningless. Our goal is to empower our clients in the management of financial and business demand that might otherwise be viewed as burdensome, tedious, or overwhelming.
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Feniks & Company, LLC is a consultation-focused firm serving individuals, nonprofit organizations, and small, closely-held businesses. Our philosophy is to practice accounting as a healing art. We believe that knowledge shared is power, while knowledge kept is meaningless. Our goal is to empower our clients in the management of financial and business demands that might otherwise be viewed as burdensome, tedious or overwhelming. Our clients enjoy good financial health when they understand their tax and business needs according to evolving circumstances that influence choices. We provide all of the usual accounting services (tax returns, payroll, bookkeeping, etc.) but with an emphasis on educating our clients so that they can walk into a banker's office for a loan and speak knowingly and confidently about their plans.
BE AWARE: The IRS does not initiate contact with taxpayers by email to request personal or financial information. This includes any type of electronic communication, such as text messages and social media channels. In addition, there have been recent reports of phone scams targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, during which scammers may recite fake names, IRS badge numbers, or even the last four digits of the victim's Social Security number. The IRS will never ask for credit card, debit card, or prepaid card information over the telephone or email. To learn more or if you believe you are the victim of a scam, visit http://www.irs.gov/uac/Report-Phishing.