Kingsbury Business Services is a full-service business firm specializing in taxes and retirement services, serving clients throughout the Dickinson and the Gulf Coast Area for well over 35 years.
KBS offers a full range of services, including monthly bookkeeping, payroll, accounts payable, professional income tax preparation, business and retirement consulting and business management services.
We currently provide services to well over 1000 business/individual clients in the Dickinson and Gulf Coast area in addition to various states and foreign countries.
We specialize in small businesses, understanding the lack of time to perform essential duties as well as the difficulties that can occur while operating your own company. We combine many years of experience, extensive business knowledge/experience, down-to-earth, friendly, professional, personal service, accessibility, and affordability to help you reach your goals and to maximize your company’s profitability.
Honesty, reliability, and integrity are the cornerstone from which KBS is operated. It is a pleasure and an honor to serve our community and our clients.
Kingsbury Business Services was founded in early 1970’s by Robert G. Kingsbury, as a part time business in his home. Robert and Paula Kingsbury established the company full time in 1978. They currently serve as Co-Presidents and CEO. Together they have successfully grown the company to its present status.
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