Both of our Ames and Ankeny locations have merged with Hogan-Hansen, P.C.. Hogan-Hansen is a full service certified public accounting and consulting firm founded in northeast Iowa in 1924. Since that date, the firm has grown into an organization of highly trained professionals who serve you today with a wide array of client services in all areas of business and personal financial affairs from offices in Ames, Ankeny, Cedar Rapids, Mason City and Waterloo.
We want to assure all of our clients that we will continue to maintain but to improve the exceptional service we provide to each and every one of you. Hogan-Hansen specializes in payroll processing; income and payroll tax preparation; financial statement compilations, reviews, and audits; and retirement and cafeteria plan design and administration.
Our Ames staff will be relocating to Hogan-Hansen's offices in the Aspen Business Park at 1601 Golden Aspen, Suite 107, Ames. Phone: (515) 232-0533 Fax: (515) 232-0013. Our Ankeny staff will continue to serve our clients from their current location. Please feel free to visit our website for more information.
We look forward to continuing to work with each of you and to introduce you to our new friends at Hogan-Hansen.
Both of our Ames and Ankeny locations have merged with Hogan-Hansen, P.C.
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