[fname], thanks for requesting my Free report on the 12 Do's, Don'ts And Questions To Ask Before Hiring a Tax Preparation Individual To Do Your Personal Taxes.

The report comes in a PDF you can download. You can use the direct link below to go to the page with a download link:
http://www.certifiedbiz.co/tax-preparation-download.html

Did you know that the IRS reports every year greater than 50% of all taxpayers hire a paid professional when it comes time to file their tax return. If this is you, even though you pay someone else to prepare your return, you are still legally responsible for what is on it.

Because of the detailed type of information the IRS requires for a tax return, your tax return preparer is by default trusted with your most personal information.

They know about your marriage, your income, your children and your Social Security numbers - all of the sensitive details of your financial life. In fact they may know more about you personally and individually, than your spouse knows about you.

Therefore if you are paying someone to prepare your federal income tax return for you it is good common sense and makes financial sense for you to choose that person carefully and wisely.

We offer a FREE Consultation where you can call (or call to schedule a time) and tell me about your situation or company, ask me questions and see if it makes sense to talking more about becoming your accounting firm.

All you need to do is call me at 201-847-8100.

I hope you enjoy the information!
 

Regards, Imran

Imran Rana, EA, ABA - Certified Biz, LLC
Advanced Certified QuickBooks® ProAdvisor
NJ’s QuickBooks Expert
777 Franklin Avenue, Ste. 200
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
201-847-8100
www.CertifiedBiz.com

 

 

 

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