Two Separate Firms - One Common Goal
At Cannon Tax & Accounting and Cannon Advisors, we believe we are uniquely qualified to help make your money work for you with the best tax outcome possible. Each firm's clients have the opportunity if they choose to benefit from the strength of two unified yet separate teams of advisors in tax, accounting and consulting services offered through Cannon Tax & Accounting, Inc. and private wealth management, financial planning and risk management offered through Cannon Advisors, Inc. Drawing on the wisdom of our combined experiences, each will work diligently to keep you informed of new opportunities and risks. Operating without the conflicts and hierarchies present in many larger firms ensures you receive responsive issue resolution and a nimble adaptation to changing needs.
Founded over 3 decades ago, Cannon Tax & Accounting has evolved into a second generation full service tax and accounting firm.
Cannon Tax & Accounting founder, Edward H. Cannon, long ago envisioned an independent firm which would provide truly custom, needs based solutions for his clients. As an early pioneer, Ed Cannon identified the need and benefit of clients obtaining both tax consulting and independent financial advice thus helping to coordinate most aspects of his client’s financial lives.
His firm has progressed over the years to include additional family members and other dedicated team members who add personal experience, specialized talents, unique perspectives and additional services. As separate family based firms, Cannon Tax & Accounting and Cannon Advisors are renowned for their straight forward advice and close personal touch.
For nearly 35 years, Cannon Tax & Accounting has striven to know their clients – their needs, priorities, goals and aspirations. The two separate Cannon teams of dedicated specialists then use this information to design unbiased, custom solutions to help pursue these personal goals for each and every client.
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