In 1985, Marcia Wright founded Wright CPA Group (now Wright Morris PLLC) to provide clients with the benefit of unbiased, high-quality financial advice and business services. Since then, the firm has grown to expand both its services and its team of professionals bringing a comprehensive suite of tax, accounting, payroll, attest, and consulting services to the greater Hattiesburg area.
At the heart of our firm is our commitment to remaining independent in order to provide our clients with the right services, unbiased advice and the financial expertise that we are known for. We work to help our clients succeed and we are proud of the reputation our team has earned as respected financial advisors and active community members.
With our friendly, responsive approach and extensive knowledge of tax, accounting, payroll, and auditing the Wright CPA Group is proud of our long-term relationships with many businesses and individuals throughout Hattiesburg, Oak Grove and Petal, Mississippi.
We are committed to helping you achieve financial success within your medical practice. Our trained staff understands the challenges that physicians face within the industry, such as increasing costs, healthcare reform, and...read more
Professional athletes and entertainers have unique needs when it comes to accounting and taxes. Wright Group has specialized expertise to help pro athletes, actors, and actresses, maximize their wealth and reduce taxes. Through tax planning and preparation, budgeting, financial forecasting and...read more
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