Morrison & Associates is an accounting firm located in Lebanon, and serving clients throughout central Kentucky for more than a decade.  We pride ourselves in providing our clients with a professional product and a personalized service.
We created this website to provide our clients with a variety of links and tools useful to them throughout the year, including a remote support tool for real time QuickBooks support and training sessions with Andrea.  If you're not already a client, you can also find information on some of the services we provide, as well as a biography of Andrea Morrison, CPA, owner and operator of Morrison and Associates. Feel free to look around. And we look forward to serving you soon! Phone: (270) 699-3853 email: records@andreamorrisoncpa.com
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July 16, 2020: That’s a wrap! Thank you to our wonderful clients for your patience as we have worked to navigate this bizarre COVID-riddled tax season. We made it through, but it’s been one for the books. If you have any questions about your return(s) or about your tax situation during the year, please do not hesitate to call us at 270-699-3853. We appreciate this opportunity to serve you. We're here year-round for all of your tax planning, bookkeeping & payroll needs. We'll continue to operate under CDC recommended restrictions until instructed otherwise, but are available by phone and email as always. Dear Clients: As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve, we want to let you know that we are continuing our steps to protect the health and well-being of our clients, families and community. We are following the recommendations of the CDC and the guidelines established by Gov. Andy Beshear. At this time, we are continuing to see clients, upon request, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY with the following requirements: Our doors will continue to remain locked to the public. You can be seen by appointment only. You are required to bring and use your own face mask. Please call upon your arrival once you arrive at your appointed time. We are abiding by the CDC guidelines and the recommendations of Gov. Beshear to maintain “social distancing” and to provide a clean environment. If you have any of following symptoms of possible COVID-19, please re-schedule your appointment for a date 14 days after you are symptom free. These symptoms as reported by the CDC may be cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, and 2 or more of the following: o Fever o Chills o Repeated shaking with chills o Headache o Sore throat o New loss of taste or smell Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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