Our company was founded by Stephen Goldberg, a former IRS agent, in the early 1970s. He started out visiting clients in their homes armed with the simple tools of the trade…pencil, paper and a calculator. Through all the years of change (sophisticated tax software on multiple computer monitors), our relationship-based business model has been our guide. We are proud that many of our clients have grown with us. Some have 20-, 30- and even 40-year histories with our firm.
We take care of the numbers so that you can focus on your family and your business. Our team includes CPAs, Enrolled Agents and QuickBooks ProAdvisors. We work very hard to stay on top of the ever-changing tax laws so we can advise you on the most advantageous tax strategies. We will also steer you away from IRS red flag trouble spots.
We adapt our services to provide the solutions you need at different stages of your personal and business life. Sometimes an unexpected life change can turn a simple situation into a complicated one. For example, a W-2 wage employee who usually just needs basic Form 1040 tax prep unexpectedly inherits stock investments and a rental property. We can respond to questions and adapt quickly because we already have a relationship and know the client’s history.
With more than 40 years in the business, we have seen it all. Here are some of our clients in the greater Boston area, across New England, and beyond:
Next Generation Accounting Firms provide clients with the highest level of client service and professional support. At Goldberg & Vaccaro Tax Services LLC we go beyond the numbers to partner with clients—working year round to ensure you stay on a healthy financial path. We also offer an ...
By now, you should have received your 2017 tax organizer package. New this year are "client portals" if you would like a secure method to send and receive your documents electronically. You can access your portal and find other useful information on our new website.
It is very likely that a game-changing tax reform bill will be signed into law before year's end. In this season of gift-giving, our friends in Congress will be Santa for some and the Grinch for others. Which is it for you? We are going through the 1,000-plus page legislation this week to see what last-minute moves can be made before the end of this year.
First of all, a reminder that our "cut off" deadline is next Friday, March 17. That means if you want your tax returns to be filed by the IRS filing deadline of April 18, we need to have your materials in hand no later than St. Patty's Day.