I’ve been a freelance writer for decades. After losing four family members in 2007 the focus of my writing changed and I began to write about loss, grief, and grief recovery. I also give talks that expand the information in my books. Last week I spoke to Elder Network volunteers in my community. It was a small group, a dozen volunteers gathered around a table.
When you are ready to hire a CPA, make sure you choose a licensed firm. I personally prefer a firm with experience in handling personal as well as small businesses. Ensure the firm has an outstanding knowledgeable Customer Service as well. This can be a tremendous help in the long run when you need an answer quickly.
Take care of your community. Regardless of your profession, you have a skill that can help someone less fortunate. Give back to those who need your help. If you are an accountant, consider volunteering with an organization that provides free Tax preparation services to those in need. If you are a carpenter, work with an organization like Rebuilding Together, which offers free home improvement services to the elderly, and those with disabilities. In addition, volunteering is also a great way to fill gaps in your employment on your resume during periods of unemployment, and will keep your skills sharp.
Not every tax accountant is the best, the lowest cost, the most experienced, so cut down on the hype, whether you’re selling shoes or Tax preparations.
And just up the street is Steven L. Sainte. His office is at 2326 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140. Mr. Sainte can be reached at (617) 864-7400.
If you don’t pay full amount of your tax return, you have to file an extension. But remember, filing an extension cannot save you if your complete payment is unpaid.
This event is held around the same time, at the Quest Field Stadium yearly, so go there and enjoy your time and get the information you need for your future. Only you can prevent your own homelessness and misfortune./