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With tax season around the corner, make sure to get THE BEST tax accountant in the area (urea for those in MD). I've been using Bruce (Toone) in Rockville for 10 years. Every single year I've gotten several $K back. He knows every tax law, write-off, and personal/business loophole there are. You will NOT be disappointed. Tell him Mitch sent u.

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January 15, 2008, 09:51 AM

is he liscened in VA also?


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January 15, 2008, 09:52 AM

Will do it with Turbotax and $100 charge and you will get a pollo a la brasa on the house.

But on the serious note, how many of us do our own taxes and taxes for others?
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January 15, 2008, 10:11 AM

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With tax season around the corner, make sure to get THE BEST tax accountant in the area (urea for those in MD). I've been using Bruce (Toone) in Rockville for 10 years. Every single year I've gotten several $K back. He knows every tax law, write-off, and personal/business loophole there are. You will NOT be disappointed. Tell him Mitch sent u.

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He cannot be the best if you are getting money back each year. If he were the best he would advise you to adjust your withholding so that you owe nothing and get no refund. I would find a new accountant. Unless, of course, you enjoy making interest free loans to the government.
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He cannot be the best if you are getting money back each year. If he were the best he would advise you to adjust your withholding so that you owe nothing and get no refund. I would find a new accountant. Unless, of course, you enjoy making interest free loans to the government.
Point taken. However, each situation is different and unless you know my salary, dependent, business, home ownership, real estate, tax bracket, write-offs, and withholding status ... it's bold to make that assessment based on my initial post.


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January 16, 2008, 10:27 AM

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Will do it with Turbotax and $100 charge and you will get a pollo a la brasa on the house.

But on the serious note, how many of us do our own taxes and taxes for others?
I do my own, and have done them for others. But mine are REALLY simple


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Point taken. However, each situation is different and unless you know my salary, dependent, business, home ownership, real estate, tax bracket, write-offs, and withholding status ... it's bold to make that assessment based on my initial post.
True each situation is different, but if you're getting thousand of dollars back each year...... Dude(or dude-dette) is not giving you good tax planning advise.

The salary, dependent(s), home-ownership and real-estate taxes should be some-what consistant from on year to the next. And based on that alone, planning for your taxes should be some-what simple, especially for tax preparer.


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January 20, 2008, 10:55 AM

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True each situation is different, but if you're getting thousand of dollars back each year...... Dude(or dude-dette) is not giving you good tax planning advise.

The salary, dependent(s), home-ownership and real-estate taxes should be some-what consistant from on year to the next. And based on that alone, planning for your taxes should be some-what simple, especially for tax preparer.


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Agreed. He should be taking into consideration all of your facts in assisting you in planning for each year. He should advise you that is something changes in your situation, you should contact him, and if something changes in the law, he should contact you. A refund is nothing more than an interest free loan to the government. Bad planning regardless of the reason.
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January 20, 2008, 11:29 AM

Jesus! Can't a guy (gal) just recommend an accountant without being attacked/criticized. You don't have to use his accountant.

And..some people prefer to get the refund at the end of the year seeing it's hard to save money. Too much temptation.


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And..some people prefer to get the refund at the end of the year seeing it's hard to save money. Too much temptation.
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Jesus! Can't a guy (gal) just recommend an accountant without being attacked/criticized. You don't have to use his accountant.

And..some people prefer to get the refund at the end of the year seeing it's hard to save money. Too much temptation.
Well with that being said.......

Pay Pal me $3,000 dollars and i"ll give it back to you next year........

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Will do it with Turbotax and $100 charge and you will get a pollo a la brasa on the house.

But on the serious note, how many of us do our own taxes and taxes for others?


I've been doing my own for years
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January 22, 2008, 05:09 PM

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Well with that being said.......

Pay Pal me $3,000 dollars and i"ll give it back to you next year........

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This sounds like that scheme were someone buys something from you for $3000 but accidently gives you a check for $5000 and asks for $2000 in change. lol

Although you have a good point!


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