Belding CPA, Tax and Accounting Services
BHT&D CPAs provides tax and accounting services in Belding, Michigan.
With offices centrally located in Saranac and Ada, Michigan, BHT&D CPAs regularly serves businesses and individuals in Belding, Michigan and surrounding areas.
Services provided include:
- Comprehensive Accounting and Auditing Services
- Tax Planning and Preparation
- Payroll Services
- Management Advisory Services
- Financial Planning Service
While providing traditional accounting services, we go beyond that by discovering our clients’ needs and then exceeding their expectations.
Each shareholder and associate share the same commitment to the Firm’s philosophy:
Give each client personal attention and spend the time needed
to completely understand their circumstances.
Contact us today to determine the best path for you.
About Belding, Michigan:
Belding, in northwest Ionia County, has a rich and beautiful history, well represented by the Belding Museum and the Pere Marquette Depot. The Belding Chamber of Commerce and the Belding Downtown Development Authority display a focus toward the future, promoting growth and success for the areas businesses:
"A new vibrancy and plans for a bright future are alive and working in Downtown Belding. The community benefits from fine local businesses bringing a variety of products and services with local flair and friendly smiles." Belding DDA
"Our Mission is to actively support and promote the businesses within the Belding area by creating strong relationships with all members of this community." Belding Area Chamber of Commerce
Located along the Flat River, Belding has four parks, a boardwalk and the Silk City Nature Trail available to the community and visitors.
River access and winding pathways, play grounds and pavilions, entice you to get outside and enjoy the abundance of Michigan's natural resources.
Belding is on the Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Rail-Trail project. A 2.28-mile paved section running through downtown Belding and across the Flat River - three times- was completed in 2014. Open but unimproved sections connect to Greenville to the north, and Lowell to the south.