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David J. Fender & Associates, Inc.

Specializing in Taxation & Financial Services

 
27200 Tourney Road, Suite 250, Valencia,CA  91355    (661)753-9402

“A good plan executed now is better than a perfect plan next week.” — General Patton

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At David J. Fender & Associates Inc.,

We offer a variety of services including complex tax preparation, accounting services, as well as comprehensive investment planning*.  In addition to preparing and filing your tax return, we can assist in developing a unique plan that takes into account your financial circumstances, tax status, and can implement a broad variety of strategies for your college, retirement, insurance, and estate planning goals.

We offer our clients a multifaceted approach to address their growing financial challenges.


*These services are offered by David J. Fender through his affiliation with HD Vest.

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