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CONTACT US

KENNETH D. EICHNER, P.C.

11200 Westheimer Rd., Ste. 740

Houston, TX 77042

Office: 1-713-781-8892

Toll-Free: 1-800-22-TAXES

Fax: 1-713-781-4205

Email: cpa@kdepc.com

COMPANY PROFILE

Kenneth D. Eichner, P.C. offers the following services.  If we can be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact our offices at cpa@kdepc.com  Our clients feel like they are our only client! We have the experience to compile your company's financial statements.   

Freedom of Information Requests 

  Offers in Compromise 

  Seizures and Garnishments 

  Payroll Tax Problems 

  Preparation of Tax Return 

  IRS Audits 

  IRS Liens and Levies 

  Unfiled Tax Returns 

  Payment Plans with the IRS 

  Bookkeeping

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WHAT OUR CLIENT'S ARE SAYING

Brilliant, committed, and compassionate.... miracle workers. This accounting firm is absolutely amazing and they made me feel like I was their only client. For personal and/or business tax and accounting needs, Kenneth Eichner, PC is the one that you can trust and feel complete confidence in. They have your best interest and a successful outcome always as their priority. I am so grateful that I was referred to this accounting firm. Absolutely brilliant!!!!!

 

- Marilyn Gambrell, TX

The CPA firm of Kenneth D. Eichner advertises that you will feel like his only client. My advice is to believe it. In spades. Kenneth Eichner, and his capable staff have saved me, and many others, great amounts of mental anguish, and no small amount of hard-earned money. I cannot imagine a better taxpayer advocate than this good man and his organization. Until I became a client, I was not even aware of the extent of my rights, as a taxpayer.  While I do indeed feel like his only client, you should become a client, too.

- Jay Streckfuss, TX

Kenneth D. Eichner, P.C. came along at just the right time in my life. I told him my circumstances and he said he would work with me, and he did! He does not allow the IRS folks to get by with anything they shouldn't be doing. An agent became so angry during a meeting with Ken and me that the agent stood up from the table, turned and stormed out the meeting room turning out the lights and slamming the door as he left. My offer in compromise was accepted and turned out to be pennies on the dollar. Being raised on a farm, we had a saying about being worth your salt. Mr. Eichner is just that. 

- Tom Ross, TX