I am pleased to announce my merger with Louis A. Palmer, CPA (A Professional Corporation). Our combined firm will operate as Palmer & Wright, Certified Public Accountants.
I decided to seek to grow my practice through a merger because I believe it will result in additional service offerings and a greater knowledge base, both of which will benefit current clients. In addition, a merger will present new challenges and opportunities for me to develop new skills, and I believe this to be in the best interest of my practice.
Louis A. Palmer shares the same values I do. Last spring, a mutual acquaintance informed me of Mr. Palmer’s interest in partnering with a young CPA, and I expressed interest in attempting to work-out such an arrangement. Shortly thereafter, Lou Palmer and I were introduced, quickly established a connection, and ultimately, agreed upon a merger of our practices.
There will be new services and areas of expertise to offer you in the future, and I look forward to discussing those with you soon. However, I want to point out several items that will not change, as follows:
- I will continue to be your CPA (you will continue to work with the same people as in the past),
- My fee structure will not change, and
- The services I have provided you in the past will continue.
I will continue to maintain my office at 7330 Fern Avenue, Suite 601, but I will also have an office at Palmer & Wright, Certified Public Accountants. I will be primarily conducting business at 8518 Line Avenue, Suite 101 during the upcoming tax season to ensure a smooth transition of the merger. My existing phone number (318-780-0206) and e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) will continue to be the ones you will use to contact me.
If you have any questions about this exciting news and what it means for you, please contact me at your convenience. I look forward to introducing you to my new partner and associates.