“Tzinberg and Associates helped me navigate the financial side of my practice since day 1. It is now 4 years later and I love the fact that they are handling the accounting so I can concentrate on my patients and not monthly balance sheets. I am unable to do the books while trying to run a busy practice and am relieved to know Mr. Tzinberg and his team have my back.”
-Rick Wittock, DPM, FACFAS, Ankle and Foot Institute of Missouri, P.C
“In October, 2008, I engaged Tzinberg & Associates, P.C., having previously used the services of one of St. Louis’ largest CPA firms. I have been extremely impressed with their professionalism and timely services – they really are An Asset, not an Expense!™. As an example, they were able to remedy an issue not resolved by my prior CPA firm that cost me a lot in taxes, and as a result of their guidance and consultation, I was able to get most of the tax back that I paid for that year! The best part about Tzinberg & Associates is the quick response I receive when I have an important issue that needs immediate attention.”
-Sue Ackley, Ackley Real Estate, LLC
"Charles and his associates are always quick to respond and address my needs. They are all a pleasure to work with!"
-Ben Jackels, Culver's Restaurant
"Tzinberg has done a wonderful job for our company doing our payroll and financials. We have been a loyal customer for over 30 years. Fantastic! Highly recommend using this firm if you need an accountant."
-Larry Eckert, Bethel-Eckert Enterprises, Inc.
"Great personal service. I always get an answer to my questions quickly and they are very patient with me when I have some really silly problems for them. My big problems are always handled as priority. Their service lets me sleep easier at night."
-Jim Szczuka, Falcon Service
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