Since the day Ruth Haney started JRJ Income Tax Service in 1982, it has been a family business. And now, 40 years later, not only are her children leading the way but her grandchildren are playing vital roles.

Rebekah Canterbury has come a long way since the days she’d spend playing in a tree outside our old office. That was even before she started working for JRJ at age 15. Now she’s one of our most important team members, carrying on the family tradition.

Get to know Rebekah with this quick Q&A …

  • What are your earliest memories of JRJ and how long have you been working here?
    I remember playing outside in the treehouse at the office on 925. I have been actively working at JRJ since I was 15 years old.


  • What does it mean to you to see this family business continuing to thrive?
    I’m very proud that we have been able to build such an amazing company and watching it grow every year.


  • What do you think makes JRJ different from other tax preparation firms?
    We take the time to talk and get to know each of our clients, and we are here all year to help with any tax changes or questions they have.


  •  What do you enjoy most about your work on a daily basis? 
    I enjoy working with the clients and helping plan out different tax situations and to prepare for upcoming changes in their lives.


  • What do you enjoy doing outside of work? 
    I love spending time with my children and family, especially taking them traveling to see something or somewhere new.