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Hundly-Burn Newton, NJ

 
 
 
  • 350 Clark Drive Ste 303, Mount Olive, NJ 07828
  • (973) 940-0175
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Financial Services, Tax and Accounting

Hundley Burn Tax & Financial Consultants is an independent financial services, risk management, tax and accounting firm that provides customized solutions to individuals, families, and business owners.

Located at The International Trade Center in Mount Olive, New Jersey, we have been assisting clients for more than 25 years. Our unique relationship with our individual, family and business-owner clients allows us to offer comprehensive and integrated solutions to their financial, tax and accounting challenges. Whether a client is looking for a comprehensive suite of services or just needs assistance with one area of their finances, we can help.

Individual & Family Services

Implementing holistic solutions from tax to financial services, Hundley Burn seeks to provide individuals and families with confidence regarding their financial future.

Business Services

Hundley Burn strives to meet businesses’ accounting, tax, risk protection, utility, financing, and investment needs by offering a wide array of integrated solutions.

Concierge Services

Hundley Burn provides individualized strategies designed to satisfy our business clients' unique needs and challenges.

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