With over 40 years in public accounting and a former IRS Auditor, Mike has seen it all when it comes to accounting, tax matters, and other financial issues in numerous industries, including, but not limited to, hospitality, entertainment management, publishing, airplane charters, real estate, and international taxation. He is a Certified Public Accountant in three states, practiced at all levels dealing with the IRS including audit, collections, appellate, and CID, as well as admitted as expert witness in accounting and tax matters before the United States Tax Court, the United States Court of Claims, and various state and federal district courts. He provides a wide variety of client services including tax planning and compliance.
Always eager to learn and improve himself so he could better help others, Mike has completed over 2,000 hours of continuing education in accounting and taxation during his 40 plus years in the industry. Famous for his ability to take on any challenge and turn even the most chaotic company into a growing business with a consistent profit, Mike is the perfect person to find the best and the most efficient accounting and tax solution for your unique needs.
Enterprise Ignition is the answer to your back office headaches. Our cloud-based solution enables you to hand complex accounting tasks over to us. We work the numbers while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
Hiring a new optometrist can help to build the practice, but it may also bring a lot of change. It’s a big decision to make, but here is a simple step-by-step plan to make it work. If it really doesn’t work out though, the steps even include a way to back out.
Regardless of the size of your optometry practice, proper accounting records are essential. But rather than just being a series of accounts that guide you when tax deadlines fall, your monthly financial records are valuable and insightful documents.
In late 2017 Congress passed a major tax bill called the TCJA, which resulted in lower total Federal income taxes for many Americans. Most Americans pay their Federal income tax through withholding taxes taken out of your check every pay period, and at the end of the year many people find that they have overpaid and receive a nice Federal tax refund.
The law change this year will...