We start with “Your Vision”. Whether it’s your business idea or your idea of what you want your website to say. We listen to your ideas and then we form a collaboration. We can do so much better as a team than as individuals. When it comes to taxes or bookkeeping, we explain our needs to complete your tax returns or financial statements and once they’re met we do not stop until your work is complete. We then take the time to explain them to you and how you might be able to improve. Our top priority is to take your business to the top!
James Darle Jones Sr is the President and founder of NetPay2K International Corp DBA Answer Tax & Business. Starting out as BizCom in 1996 and incorporating in 2000 as NetPay2K James had great success in the early 2000’s helping internet entrepreneurs navigate the brave new world of payments online. During the “Internet Gold Rush” James and his crew helped more than 1000 merchants get set up to accept payments online. In 2012 James added Tax prep and Accounting with training and certifications from Intuit, QuickBooks and the IRS Annual Filing Season Program which provides a certification and mandate for annual tax preparation training. James has experience in sales, marketing, merchant services, accounting, payroll, taxes, and finance.
We added Scott in 2016. Scott is a Certified Public Accountant with more than 25 years in Tax prep and Accounting. Julie came on board in 2017 as our Chief Technology Officer and she is also on our board of directors. Julie has more than 35 years in IT. She is leading up our tech team building websites and performing search engine optimization for our clients. Submitting your website to the search engines as well as adding relevant content to your website is super important when it comes to winning the war of lead generation! With hundreds of hours of training James and his experienced Tax and Business Services staff can help you in nearly any situation.
Meet Our Staff
Ultimately its the employees that make or break your business!
James Darle Jones Sr
President & CEO
James is a Dad, a Captain, and a Musician who enjoys making music, boating, and baseball. James graduated from Towson State University in 1990 with a Bachelors of Science in Mass Communications specializing in Television Production and Photography. In 2012 James penned a book called Cornucopia of Cash to help budding entrepreneurs get into and profit from the billion dollar credit card processing business. He always does what he says.
You can count on him to deliver!
Chief Technology Officer
Julie is a serial knitter who brings a wealth of IT, eCommerce and management experience to the mix.
James & Emily Jones
James and Emily lead our Millennials Matter Group. James throws an 85 MPH Fast Ball and he has been accepted to McDaniel College to study business, pitch and play infield for the McDaniel Green Terror Baseball team in the spring of 2019. Emily is a singer song writer just like the old man. She has an Associates Degree in business management from Frederick Community College.
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