Certified Public Accountants
Forensic Accountants | Fraud Examiners | Investigators
Remain in compliance and minimize your liability
Individuals • C-Corporations • S-Corporations • Partnerships & LLPs
McGovern & Greene tax specialists know that in a constantly changing tax legislation landscape, a firm needs to be proactive when consulting with their clients. We are dedicated to taking an integrated approach, looking at how taxes affect the big financial picture for you and then focusing on how we can best minimize your tax liability — while remaining in complete compliance with ever changing revenue codes. We accomplish this through careful tax planning and by keeping up to date with both the new revenue code changes as well as changes in your financial situation.
Our priority is our relationship with the client. Throughout the year, we are in constant contact with you, as opposed to just the few weeks prior to filing deadlines. All of our returns are prepared in house, and we never outsource our work. This level of care enables us to address your concerns on an ongoing basis and provide consultation as to how to continually minimize your liability, thereby ensuring that we utilize any opportunities in the revenue code that could prove advantageous to you.
Not only can we prepare your current year tax returns, we can also assist you in revising prior years' returns, or filing past due returns. Our tax accountants provide consultations for tax planning which consider your larger financial picture. We are able to offer a wide range of services related to numerous types of returns on behalf of both individuals and entities.
• Year End Tax Planning and Estimate Tax Payments
• Gift giving, Estates, and the unified credit
• Reasonable Compensation for Employee-Shareholders
• Resolving notices received from the IRS
• Taxation issues related to retirement planning
• Executive Compensation planning
• Tax penalties, interest disputes, and offers in compromise
• Year-end tax planning and estimated tax payments
• Tax implications of litigation
• Divorce and support agreements
IR-2018-27, Feb. 13, 2018:
The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers of a quickly growing scam involving erroneous tax refunds being deposited into their bank accounts.
The IRS has also offered a step-by-step explanation for how to return the funds and avoid being scammed.
Following up on a Security Summit alert issued Feb. 2, the IRS issued this additional warning about the new scheme after discovering more tax practitioners' computer files have been breached. In addition, the number of potential taxpayer victims jumped from a few hundred to several thousand in just days. After stealing client data from tax professionals and filing fraudulent tax returns, criminals use the taxpayers' real bank accounts for the deposit. Thieves are then using various tactics to reclaim the refund from the taxpayers, and their versions of the scam may continue to evolve. For more information, visit the IRS website.
Corporate Internal Investigations
White Collar Criminal Defense
Asset Recovery Services
Dispute Advisory Services
Due Diligence Reviews
Fraud Prevention Seminars & Training
Data Mining & Electronic Discovery
Corporate Compliance Monitorships
Fraud and Compliance Seminars & Training
Expert Witness Testimony
Economic Damage Analysis
Intellectual Property Damages
Lost Personal Earnings
Government Contract Accounting
Mergers & Acquisitions
Construction Claims & Project Audits
Individual, Trust, and Estate
S-Corp & C-Corp, Partnership
Year-end Tax Planning and Estimated Tax
Taxation of Executive Compensation
Reasonable Compensation Estimates
Retirement Savings Planning
Employer Retirement Plan Development
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