Snohomish Businesses Support Main Street Tax Credit Incentive

Viridian Investment Management and Viridian Tax and Accounting join the effort to revitalize historic downtown Snohomish by supporting Washington State Main Street Tax Credit Program.

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We are pleased to support our community, our clients, and all of our shared interests in Snohomish.

Snohomish, Washington (PRWEB) January 18, 2013

Viridian Investment Management and Viridian Tax and Accounting announce their participation in the Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program, sponsored by Washington State Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation.

Located right off First Street, Viridian Investment and Viridian Tax trace their lineage back 30 years in the Snohomish community through Hansen Financial Services and Warren Financial Services. Principal owners Adriel Tam and Marcus Dusenbury are excited for the opportunity to support this program and historical downtown Snohomish.

“Viridian prides itself on providing a high level of service to all of our clients in every financial capacity we offer. We are especially honored to support our local community in a number of different ways,” says Dusenbury. “This past year we were approached by Historic Downtown Snohomish organization to help support revitalization of downtown Snohomish. We are happy to get involved and pleased to support our community, our clients, and all of our shared interests in Snohomish.”

Viridian specializes in working to help reduce the financial complexities of small business owners, individuals, and families through careful financial planning and investment management. Viridian’s team is comprised of various specialists who help provide a full service experience for every client.

For more information about the Main Street Tax Credit Incentive program, visit Washington State Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation, contact Sarah Hansen (Main Street Coordinator) or call the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation at (206) 624-9449.


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