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1130 Hooper Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08753
(732) 240-3915
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Joseph A. Cannova CPA CFP® - a Certified Public Accounting Firm and a Certified Financial Planning Firm

Do you have your taxes prepared by an accountant?  Your Investments managed by an advisor?  Your insurance provided through a broker?  Or are you doing it all yourself?  Our firm can help you with all of it!

We provide comprehensive tax, accounting, and consulting services in concert with complete wealth management services for individuals and businesses.  Whatever tax or financial circumstances you may have, we have the experience, insight and knowledge to assist you in pursuing your goals. 

Conveniently located in Toms River, NJ, Joe Cannova has been providing clients with outstanding personalized service for over 25 years.  The trust we have earned from our clients and the strong relationships that have been built over the years make us proud. 

*Investment and financial planning services are offered by Joseph A. Cannova through his affiliation with HD Vest.         

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