Spartanburg, South Carolina Accounting Firm
Holcombe, Holtzclaw & Ravan, LLC consists of professionals who have provided public accounting services in Spartanburg, South Carolina for many years. This team of Certified Public Accountants joined forces in January of 2014 with the merger of Ravan & Holtzclaw, P.A. and Holcombe & Associates, LLC, and the subsequent acquisition of a third office from a Southeast regional firm. This combination of offices and professionals provided Holcombe, Holtzclaw & Ravan, LLC a broadened knowledge base, increased cumulative experience and additional capacity that allows us to serve our diverse client base more effectively and efficiently. While we are now a much larger firm, we still maintain the hometown feel and emphasis on personal relationships and excellent client service.
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If you’re a business owner and you hire your children (or grandchildren) this summer, you can obtain tax breaks and other nontax benefits. The kids can gain on-the-job experience, save for college and learn how to manage money. And you may be able to: Shift your...read more
Most not-for-profits are intensely focused on present needs, not the possibility that disaster will strike sometime in the distant future. But because a fire, flood or other natural or manmade disaster could strike at any time, the time to plan for it is now. You...read more
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Many employers prefer to classify workers as independent contractors to lower costs, even if it means having less control over a worker’s day-to-day activities. But the government is on the lookout for businesses that classify workers as independent contractors simply...read more