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DWT Tax Services, Inc. By Susan Bonnell

Accountants work for their clients to help them maximize their cash flow, but when they need funding to support their business operations, where do they go

For Dianna Williams Thomas, president of DWT Tax Services, Inc., which has been in business for more than a decade, she went to Biz2Credit when she needed a loan to open a new location in Houston, TX. However, she admits that she sought funding from other lending institutions first.

"It was a waste of time," Thomas said of her efforts before she found Biz2Credit, which assisted her in getting a $150,000 SBA loan. "We used the money to open a new office and repay business debts since the interest rate we got through Biz2Credit was much lower."

"The representatives at Biz2Credit were always willing to go the extra mile to help me get the funding I needed," suggested Thomas. "I never heard a negative thought; I was always assured that everything was going to work out. Rony (Dianna's case manager) reviewed all my documents and he never did say that I was not eligible to receive a loan."

Thomas, a registered tax return professional and IRS acceptance agent, now has two accounting offices in Houston, which are about 50 miles apart from each other.

"My business clients are always seeking funding, so I have already recommended Biz2Credit to a couple of people," explained Thomas. "It was a pleasant experience and I would highly recommend Biz2Credit."

DWT Tax Service, a minority-owned female business based in Houston, TX, offering business tax preparation, appeals, electronic filing, bookkeeping, case resolution, appeals, business incorporation, and individual returns.

"If you have been questioned by the Internal Revenue Service concerning your return, we can assist you," said Thomas.

"The representatives at Biz2Credit were always willing to go the extra mile to help me get the funding I needed. I never heard a negative thought; I was always assured that everything was going to work out."