Who is Kevin Mays of Mays Concepts, LLC

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Tax season is upon us and “The Excited Accountant” has you covered. Years ago, when Kevin R. Mays had a CPA file his taxes, he discovered a discrepancy, a mistake that prevented him from getting the best return on his taxes. A veteran of the US Army, Mays’ awareness and desire to help others inspired him to return to college and study accounting, graduating cumlaude, then earning a Master of Business Administration. He first learned the ropes by working at H&R Block and Tax School. Although he gained valuable working knowledge, he realized that he wanted to open his own tax preparing office and make two major changes: offer clients a reasonable price for tax services and provide a hospitable atmosphere where clients are treated on an individual basis.

In 2009, he formed Mays Concepts and continues helping clients file their taxes the right way at a fair price. Specializing in personal, small business, contractor, and corporate tax preparations, Mays Concepts also offers management services such as bookkeeping, payroll, and notary. Kevin and his team work closely with financial planners in the greater Charlotte area should you be interested in long-term financial goals.



To ensure that you are ready for your visit to Mays Concepts, please bring a copy of your id, social security card, and W-2. A more detailed tax prep checklist can be found atmaysconceptsllc.com.

Kevin sets aside a two-hour block for each client because he enjoys explaining, in detail, how taxes are filed the best way possible. He wants each person to be well-informed because he understands how much trust and transparency matters.

Mays Concepts is located at 11300 Lawyers Road (Suite B) in Mint Hill. Office hours are Monday-Friday (8:30-6:00), Saturdays (9:00-6:00), and Sundays (11:00-6:00). Feel free toe-mail Kevin any question you have at maysconcepts@gmail.com or give him a call at 704-526-0307. With a growing 300 clientele built over the last eleven years, Mays Concepts is meeting the demand of the Mint Hill area.

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Brodie Lowe
Brodie was awarded the Elizabeth Boatwright Coker Fellowship in Fiction (2020). He was a finalist of The Broad River Review's Ron Rash Award in Fiction and Still: The Journal's Literary Contest in Fiction. His stories have appeared in The Broad River Review, Mystery Tribune, The Bark Magazine, Nebo: A Literary Journal, Antithesis Journal, Eastern Iowa Review, The Mark Literary Review, The Windhover, and elsewhere.