Welcoming a new WSB sponsor: Jackson, Morgan & Hunt CPAs

With income-tax time looming around the corner, we welcome our newest sponsor, the accounting firm of Jackson, Morgan & Hunt. Longtime West Seattle residents Jim Jackson and Chuck Morgan have been serving local clients for decades, and recently welcomed Scott Hunt as the newest partner to the firm. Jackson, Morgan & Hunt serves the accounting needs of business, individual, and estate clients, with an emphasis on meeting the specific needs of owners of closely held businesses and their families. The firm offers a full range of accounting, tax planning, and advisory services to help clients reach their financial goals.

(Scott Hunt, Jim Jackson, Chuck Morgan)

The firm has community roots and business experience in West Seattle dating back more than 25 years. Scott, Jim and Chuck pride themselves on providing top-notch accounting expertise in a friendly neighborhood setting. Please feel free to drop by their office at 4123 California Ave SW (between Genesee and Dakota Streets, just one block north of the Post Office; map) or call 206-932-1314 to schedule a consultation to discuss your personal or business accounting needs. WSB welcomes Jackson, Morgan & Hunt to the sponsor team, viewable in its entirety on this page, along with info on our booming traffic and how to take advantage of it to grow your business too!

6 Replies to "Welcoming a new WSB sponsor: Jackson, Morgan & Hunt CPAs"

  • RobertSeattle January 13, 2009 (11:36 am)

    What building are they standing in front of?

  • OP January 13, 2009 (12:05 pm)

    Just in time for tax season! ;-)

  • austin January 13, 2009 (12:10 pm)

    Looks like the front of the Osborn building on California, where their office is located.

  • livingonthebeach January 13, 2009 (1:55 pm)

    These guys are GREAT! Scott has helped us for 3 years now and I couldn’t more pleased. Extremely knowledgable, and very creative (within the law creative) :-).

  • JW January 13, 2009 (2:12 pm)

    We used JM&H for a number of years to prepare our business and personal returns but had to drop them because they are just too darn expensive (over $2000 to prepare business and personal returns that were very simple, straight-forward and all information well organized by us up front) – the final blow came when we were charged $330 for a principal to sign each of our returns ($115 a pop). So unless you are a large business, very complicated return or extremely wealthy beware – there are more reasonable local accounting firms for small businesses/individuals. These guys are good and professional but specialize in larger businesses with deeper pockets.

  • AdamOnAlki January 13, 2009 (9:35 pm)

    I LOVE CHUCK MORGAN!!! Great guy and a wonderful businessman.

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