Ameritax Plus relocates to Berkley
Originally printed 02/17/05 (Issue 1307 - Between The Lines News)
BERKLEY - Ameritax Plus, a professional accounting and tax service, hosted a grand opening with local dignitaries at its new location in downtown Berkley on Feb. 6. The move represents a long-term commitment to the city and a true team effort between its owner, Alan Semonian C.P.A., and several Berkley officials. The new office is located at 3336 12 Mile Road, across the street from Clark's Ice Cream. The office is the newest completed building in Berkley.
"When I realized a move was imminent, I was determined to finding the ideal location," said Semonian. "I believe Berkley is a great community and I am fully supportive of the city's initiative to create its own niche as an ideal business culture."
Ameritax Plus is now entering its third year of business in Berkley. Semonian has been in the accounting and tax services field for 20 years, serving clients throughout Metro Detroit and across the country. Along with his Harvard MBA, he earned his undergraduate degree from Albion College. A Certified Public Accountant since 1987, he is a member of the AICPA, MACPA, NSTP, and NATP. He can be contacted at 1-800-TAX-ALAN or 248-584-1040.
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