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Law Offices of Angelique M. Neal
736 W Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI 48116
The Law Offices of Angelique M. Neal is a law firm that specializes in taxation. Its legal services pertain toMore civil tax fraud, business and payroll taxes, IRS tax litigation and tax returns. The firm also offers legal consultations for IRS tax collections and penalties.
Tax Management Association
869 S Old Us Highway 23, Brighton, MI 48114
Tax Management Association handles a variety of tax work for both individuals and businesses. The office specializes inMore managing accounts over the course of the year in an effort to make tax work more seamless and streamlined.
H&R Block Income Tax Preparation Services
508 E Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI 48116
H&R Block's office in Brighton provides tax advising services as well as account management for both indivdiuals andMore businesses. The office helps customers both in the office and by troubleshooting tax work on the phone and online.
Avis & Asssociates
10291 Grand River Rd, Brighton, MI 48116
Avis & Associates provides a variety of financial management services. The office specializes in everything from taxMore preparation to account management.
Old Oak Financial Planning
7077 Fieldcrest Dr, Brighton, MI 48116
Old Oak Financial Planning provides a variety of finacial work. The office specializes in everything from estateMore planning and tax work, to investment management and retirement planning.
Brighton City Hall
200 N 1st St, Brighton, MI 48116
Brighton City Hall is located downtown on the beautiful Mill Pond, surrounded by public art. The building functions asMore the heart of the city, housing the offices of City Clerk, City Manager, Community Development, Human Resources and Finance. It's the go-to place for residents seeking building permits, tax information, public housing records, voter registration, and information on assessments, inspections and zoning. The city's part-time, seven-member City Council meets in the City Council Chambers, as do the Planning Commission, the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Principle Shopping District, the Downtown Development Authority, the Arts and Culture Commission, and the March Board of Review.
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