“But I Don’t Live in Jonesboro, Georgia”

If you’ve been our “friend” on Facebook, or you’re connected with Loggins & Associates via LinkedIn, or even followed our firm on Twitter, you may have thought, “I know they are a very reputable firm and could probably save me money on my taxes, but I don’t live near Jonesboro, Georgia.” 

During the past tax season, Loggins & Associates serviced clients in 115 cities in Georgia.  We also have clients in 21 states outside of Georgia.  Of course, included in that number are states that border Georgia such as Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and the Carolina’s.  The other 16 states, however, span the nation from Maine to Washington and everywhere in-between.  Loggins also has clients in England, Ireland, Scotland and Italy.  Advances in technology have made it possible to work with clients across the globe, and it gives our clients the choice on how, when and where they want to conduct their appointments. 

Loggins utilizes a portal to exchange documents with clients in a convenient and secure manner.  When they need to provide bankers with up-to-date financial documents, they have access any time, day or night.  Clients can also provide us with current Quicken, QuickBooks, documents and spreadsheets (i.e. Word and Excel) through the portal.  A convenience which saves time and money.

We offer on-site appointments at our main office in Jonesboro.  We also conduct face-to-face appointments at our satellite offices in Lawrenceville, Peachtree City and Sandy Springs.  While onsite, face-to-face meetings are very valuable, virtual meetings offer flexibility and give clients a choice.  Loggins has utilized Skype and Face Time with clients, and is currently testing GoToMeeting, as virtual meeting alternatives. 

Over the past few years, Loggins has utilized various forms of communication to keep clients informed of changes in tax laws and other timely, helpful information.  We feel that when our clients are better informed, they can make better tax decisions which could affect their bottom line at tax time.  We currently provide updates on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, and plan to roll-out a tax saving blog over the next few months.

   
 

 

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