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Why continue to feel when faced with the demanding, chaotic financial obstacles of life? Our experts are available to help with budgets, taxes and even financial aid documentation. We're here to ensure your success.

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Start Up Services

Start Up companies consistently choose K & K Financial for our expertise, reliability, experience and extraordinary service. We strive to help entrepreneurs from idea to inception by creating sustainable foundations.

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Small Business Services

K & K Financial and Tax Services is committed to helping small businesses grow. We have over 15 years of experience and have helped hundreds of companies restructure their financial portfolios.

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Non-Profit Services

Effectively managing a nonprofit organization requires timely and accurate information, extensive knowledge, organization, and constant vigilance. K & K Financial and Tax Services can assist you serve the community on a temporary or on-going basis.

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Community Services

K & K Financial and Tax Services is synonymous with community. We understand the financial strain that community events and organizations consistently face. We are here for you 24/7 to ensure that your financial strains become financial gains for the community.

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Other Services

From taxes to helping your family prepare for college with minimal resources, K & K Financial and Tax Services has dedicated financial services teams that serve all industries. We have innovative customized solutions for projects that don’t fit traditional industry client models.

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Featured Services

The staff at K & K Financial and Tax Services believes first in being good neighbors and community based citizens. As a company, we are committed to helping our clients and our communities grow. Long-term relationships with our clients are important to us. With value-added services available in a wide variety of financial and technological disciplines, the K & K Financial and Tax Services team can provide a complete solution for your family and/or organization with the quality you expect. Our team's history is built on a tradition of service, technical expertise, and innovative thinking to meet the needs of a rapidly changing world. The experience and academic credentials of our team provides you with the expertise of larger firms, while our commitment to superior customer service offers a personal, one-on-one approach. You can count on our team for your financial needs – we’ve been serving clients in the southeast area for over 15 years.

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Ask Keryl : The Financial Q & A

If your income from a day job, self-employment or whatever type of job you have, and it falls below a certain level, you don't need to file. Suppose you and your spouse file jointly. If your total income is less than $20,800 and your business brought in less than $400, you don't need to submit a return. There are exceptions, however, such as if you withdrew money from a health savings account.
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and is used by students (and their parents) in order to receive government financial aid for college. The FAFSA helps colleges and the U.S. Department of Education evaluate your financial need, and determine how much financial support you require.
If you don't owe money but the IRS thinks you do, it can file a return on your behalf. That's a bad deal for you, as the substitute return probably won't include all the exemptions and credits you're entitled to. If the IRS notifies you that it has filed a return and you disagree with their figures, you may need to file a Form 1040 of your own to sort things out.
Although it is never too late to start saving for retirement, the longer you wait, the harder it becomes to meet your goal. ... If you wait until five years later to start and you plan to retire within 15 years, you will need to save $42,299 per year, assuming the same rate of return.