I have a company in Missouri and signed a one year contract for accounting services beginning December 2000. I paid a $200 setup fee and pay $50 per month for "financial statements". At the time I signed up, I verbalized my needs/requirements and timeframes, which are still not being met. All my deliverables to date have been received on the day they are due to the state tax/IRS (i.e., quarterly tax submittals, company/personal income taxes) though I stated that I need them at least a week in advance to adequately prepare for the payments and review for correctness (have already had one done wrong which resulted in my payment of penalties/interest - if I'd have had time to review I would have caught mistake). I have never recieved any financial advise/direction, even though I verbalized this need as a condition of signing the contract and have asked for several times. I want out of this contract now; I believe the contract has been breached by the accounting service. Because my timeframes are not being met and requested advise is not being given, does Missouri consumer law allow me to do so if there is no early termination clause in the contract?