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Jeff Kapron opens local accounting office

FPS staff report

GKG Accounting ServiceGKG Accounting Services, Inc., a professional accounting and tax preparer service, is opening an office in Carrollton.

Owner Jeff Kapron said the office is located at 44 2nd Street, SE, Carrollton, (directly across from the side entrance to the county courthouse) to better meet the needs of the community and surrounding area. Parking is available at the rear of the building.

GKG Accounting Services, Inc. will offer clients the ability to prepare tax returns, process payroll, accounting, bookkeeping, plus overall business and financial consulting.  In addition, the office is affiliated with the accounting firm of Gross & Company, Inc. located in Beachwood, OH. GKG will provide the expertise of a large accounting firm but maintain the hometown connection.

Kapron is a 25-year Malvern resident who also serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Minerva based companies Summit Glove and General Color.

“The opening of GKG Accounting Services, Inc.’s new Carrollton office is an important step towards assisting the local small businessman or businesswoman with all their business and financial needs.” said Kapron.  “The new office will be the first of many important changes for the company in 2013.  With over 100 years of combined accounting, business and tax experience, no situation is too large or a question too trivial for our office to resolve. Our goal is to make your accounting or tax experience as stress-free as possible and provide these services at a reasonable cost to the client.  We are very excited to be part of this thriving area and to be able to provide expert business, accounting and tax advice for a long time to come.”

For additional information or to make an appointment, call 330-627-0348.


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