We offer a variety of services designed to help you develop a tax strategy that will ensure maximum savings and minimum liability. You will receive personal attention from a team that has years of experience.
Our management and tax consulting practice serves small and medium-sized businesses. We can help prepare business plans, develop long-term tax strategies, and manage growth while improving profitability.
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We provide complete bookkeeping and consulting services, including payroll management and bill pay. Your passion is to run your business, our passion is to help you do that.
Welcome to Vanderbilt
We are Monterey County's most innovative accounting and consulting firm, serving Carmel, Monterey, Salinas, and the greater Monterey Peninsula. Our team specializes in what matters to you most: value. We prepare returns and financials, sure, but we also provide guidance, and can keep your company's accounting system in top-notch order. We work hard so you can breathe easily. Our expertise is in individual tax, consulting and business services.
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