Welcome to our Tax Blog!

“The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.”

– Albert Einstein

We keep this posted on the wall in the front office to remind us that while we understand “the income tax” well, our clients may not. And even if they do, they can’t always keep up with all the details that go along with the tax code. That’s why our office is here: to help our existing and potential clients make sense of things that can be hard to understand. We are more than tax return preparers.

And so our blog begins. We have chosen to offer a blog to strengthen the connection between us and our clients. We want you to think of us more than once or twice a year. We want you to feel confident in calling us when you have a tax question even when it isn’t December 31st or April 14th. We want to educate you in simple and effective ways so that you will feel less intimidated by The Tax Man – especially when the news is full of tax reform stories. And we want to support you by posting reminders of important deadlines. It’s so easy to lose track of time, and we want to help you stay plugged-into your tax responsibilities.

But don’t worry if you don’t want to have to check yet another site. We have linked our blog articles with Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, so as long as you connect with us there, you will receive our posts.

Lastly, we feel very strongly about spam, so we promise that we will not force this new path of information on you. This is why we have chosen to create this blog and link it to the top three social media sites. You remain in control of how, when, and through which channel you wish to receive this information.

We are very excited about this, and we hope you will find the content relevant and helpful.

 

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