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McHugh Financial Group, Inc. and McHugh CPA Group, Inc. were founded by M. Scott McHugh, CPA PFS (Certified Public Accountant and Personal Financial Specialist). With his strong team of Certified Public Accountants, Registered Tax Return Preparers, Financial Advisors, Enrolled Agents, bookkeepers and administrative staff, the wealth of knowledge encompasses a broad range of areas to suit your needs. 

M. Scott McHugh, CPA PFS has an extensive network of strategic partners that include attorneys, business advisors and other professionals to confer with on behalf of your best interest when necessary. Allow us to put our experience to work and help you achieve your goals. Call today for your free consultation.

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