About Aquinas Jones
Aquinas Jones is a CPAdirectory verified CPA, licensed to practice in the state of Texas. The requirements for licensure in Texas ensure that Aquinas Jones maintains the highest standard of knowledge and ethics when operating as an accountant. CPAs may practice as a public accountant, work in private industry, education or government, and are often considered experts in tax preparation. Their overall educational requirements and training in business and knowledge in principles of general law and taxation provide CPAs with the skills to help individuals with both personal and business financial decisions.
Aquinas Jones is licensed to practice as an accountant in Texas under the license number 77600.
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1503 Mustang Lake Ct
Richmond, TX 77406
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Aquinas Jones, is not a CPA that operates with integrity therefore I would not recommend him to anyone. This has been a nightmare...I paid him a deposit out of good faith because I was initially excited to work with Aquinas (as he came recommended) and he took advantage of me…Once I got the agreement back from Aquinas (a week later, because he told me he was busy working with other clients) it was a really high quote and still said “estimate and not invoice with a final cost.” I sent the agreement around to people I know and trust as I was looking for Aquinas to work with my small business long term and was advised against signing the agreement, and told I was being charged an additional $200 per return above the average costs for a basic 1040 filing. I called Aquinas to address my concerns and during that call based on his responses decided I will not move forward with signing an agreement and requested my deposit returned, he happily responded he would do so to myself and my witnesses who were present. As per his outlined contract work begins once 50% is paid, I still owed $1200 in order for that requirement to be met alongside a signed agreement. After hanging up the phone, Aquinas not only cut off all communication with me he started IGNORING all my calls and email correspondences after being so accessible before?!?! I reached out numerous times asking him to please do the right thing and return the money as he said he would, and he refused to respond to me. Once I esc