Hamilton’s changes name, acquires Advantage StaffingJuly 16, 2019
From Local Sources
FERDINAND — Hamilton’s Accounting and Tax Service in Ferdinand has expanded its services and changed its name to Solutions by Hamiltons. The company has acquired the existing client and employee contracts of Advantage Staffing Inc, formerly located in Dale.
The business was started by Cecelia Hamilton when she realized there would be a need for extra money to send her three kids to college. She went back to school full time, while working a job full time, and then opened the business officially in 1984.
Although Cecelia still works with the business, it is now in its second generation of operation, with daughter Betsy Hamilton-Corley at the helm.
Having served Ferdinand and surrounding areas for over 35 years with accounting and tax services, Solutions by Hamiltons will now have two divisions and be able to serve even more needs within the community. They will continue their accounting and tax services and will now add a division of staffing and employment solutions.
Solutions by Hamiltons will continue to operate out of their current office at 530 Main St., Ferdinand. Individuals interested in filling out an application can do so at the office or by emailing staffing@SolutionsbyHamiltons.com.
For more information, visit www.SolutionsbyHamiltons.com or call 812-367-1254.
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