Payroll Client Spotlight – Community Montessori School

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PayTech would like to say thank you to all of the clients that have helped us grow and continue to grow into the company we are today. We feel like all clients are a part of our family. We will be featuring a new client spotlight article each month to help promote our wonderful clients each month as a thank you. Today, we’d like to feature one of our longest running clients, Community Montessori School.

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To say Community Montessori School has been with us a long time is a bit of an understatement. Community Montessori School has been with PayTech since our humble beginnings back in 1980 when our founder, Dick Humphrey, was a one man show who had help from a secretary to process paperwork. Community Montessori founders, Janet and Richard Wheeler needed help with business taxes for their restaurant on the west side of town. They have been loyal clients of ours ever since.

“We have been clients for 37 years because of the service,” explains Janet. “Everyone that we have worked with has always been extremely helpful and knowledgeable. Phone calls are returned quickly and any questions are answered professionally. As both my husband and I owned our own businesses our taxes are complicated especially since we also have to do out of state tax forms. It is a nightmare for us but easily handled by the PayTech staff.”

Community Montesorri School

Community Montessori School

Although Richard is semi-retired, Janet and him still run the Phoenix neighborhood school together that serves children ages 2-6 with the help of their loyal employees. One of the wonderful things that have greatly helped keep their doors open for so long is the Arizona State Tax credits for private school scholarships tuition. For those of you that are not familiar with this program, it allows Arizona taxpayers the choice to allocate where they want their tax dollars to be spent. If you have children in public or charter schools you can allocate your taxes to help pay for extra curriculum activities and materials. If you choose to support private schools such as Community Montessori School, you can allocate your taxes to the Montessori Scholarship Organization naming Community Montessori School. Your taxes dollars would be used to help pay tuition for those students that qualify for a financial scholarship.

Community Montessori School

If you would like more information about how all this works ask our staff and if you are interested in checking out the Community Montessori School, they have an open door policy so please feel free to stop by either before your trip or after your trip to PayTech.

“We would be happy to show you around and you can see what wonderful things we are doing with these young children.” noted Janet. “Your participation and help would be greatly appreciated if you choose to support our little school with your Arizona State tax dollars. Of course we would also be happy to help you or any family members with educating them in our school.”

Community Montessori School is located just down the street from our offices at: 3737 E Shea Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85028. Feel free to stop by and tell them Sally from PayTech sent you. 

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