Working tirelessly to put himself through University of Washington’s Business school while still supporting his family, Jose gained the valuable first-hand knowledge of self-reliance, dedication, and financial responsibility. Once graduated, Jose sought to give back to his community in the most uplifting way possible. Through heartfelt conversations with frustrated small business owners and assisting his neighbors in Seattle during times of financial emergencies, Jose found that the Accounting/financial sector of business needed to revolutionize itself to be more client focused and responsive. Unlike so many other accounting firms, Jose started his business at the request of his associates and local business owners who were not getting the catered care that they deserved. The Seattle community saw something in Jose, so with their loyalty and referrals, Jose went into business focusing solely on providing consultations based on open dialogue and active listening so as to make financial plans as unique and special as you, the client.
Jose is through and through a North West man. When he is not working, he can oftentimes be seen walking his dog around green lake, kayaking in the peaceful Puget Sound waters, or supporting the Sounders soccer team at Quest field. Jose makes it a point to support local business in his daily life too, whether it is by buying groceries at farmers markets or trying out exciting new neighborhood restaurants a few times a week. Jose’s priority in both his personal and professional life, are ethics and good humor, so expect your time with Caro and Associates to alleviate some stress and empower you to make the right financial decisions for you and your business.
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