By Carol Kinsley

When it comes to taxes, it all comes down to the bottom line, and John Travis, CPA and owner of the accounting firm ATM The Bottom Line, is ready to help you get the refund you’re entitled to. Travis has over 35 years of experience as a Tax Accountant.

ATM stands for “Accounting – Taxes – Money,” Travis said, explaining that his company handles not just taxes, but accounting and all things related to money, including help with PPP loans and Delaware business grants. “Whatever our clients need, including bookkeeping and payroll services,” he said. 

“Our mission is to make sure that you receive excellent service and achieve your personal and financial goals,” he continued. “We provide fair fees in exchange for impeccable work, and educated advice is included in the fee.”

Ana Swigart is the accountant manager at the Lewes office. She is also a Public Notary, fluent in Spanish, who loves to help the Latin community with immigration issues, translating documents for lawyers and any other possible need.

ATM The Bottom Line does taxes for individuals, businesses of all kinds and non-profits. The firm has two IRS Enrolled Agents (the highest credentials the IRS awards). While they cannot represent you in court, they can help you be prepared for an audit.

ATM The Bottom Line has offices in New Castle, located at 1 Bassett Avenue (telephone 302-322-0452), and in Lewes, located at 29065 Lewes-Georgetown Highway (telephone 302-854-6686). With the new COVID-19 regulations, to accommodate those who prefer not to have face-to-face meetings, materials can be dropped off at either location or at a third temporary location, open through April, at 207 Loockerman Street in downtown Dover.

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