Bergen County Accountant Knows Value of Good Web Design

31 May

Bergen County Accountant Knows Value of Good Web Design

FAIRFIELD, NJ - Bergen County certified public accounting and small business consulting firm R.B. Levant, P.A. knows the value of good web design so they hired web development company THAT Agency, formerly Boalt Advertising, to create their brochure website,, and to promote them in New Jersey, in the rest of the United States and abroad.

THAT Agency built using Cascading Style Sheets (table-less HTML) web design for search engine marketing and optimization purposes. When used by web development companies such as THAT Agency, Cascading Style Sheets offer more flexibility in terms of presentation effects and reduce download times for website users, making web pages, ultimately, more user-friendly. Visitors to can easily find a tax calculator, online tax advice, and links to the Internal Revenue's Web site due to THAT Agency's visually, appealing, streamlined but information-packed design.

Founded in 1990, by Rick Levant, CPA, the firm R.B. Levant, P.A., specializes in a full range of small business accounting and personal income tax services. Specifically, R.B. Levant offers tax, reconciliation, financial reporting, consulting and bookkeeping services. R.B. Levant, P.A. serves clients throughout the United States and internationally. The firm prides itself in the personalized tax service it provides each client, through a select network of professionals dedicated to building strong and lasting client relationships.

THAT Agency, formerly Boalt Advertising, is an interactive design agency and web development company that focuses on on-line conversion using the latest web development techniques and technology, including Cascading Style Sheets. THAT Agency performs web development projects, including building eCommerce websites, business solutions while utilizing the principles of web design, search engine optimization and site usability to promote companies both big and small, products and/or services.

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