Tax Help Desk
In the past few years, accounting professionals have encountered increasingly complex tax issues, difficulty navigating the Internal Revenue Code, new legislation and tax laws, clients expanding their businesses on local or global scale, and countless other factors.
Many accounting firms may be limited in the depth of the internal resources and the professionals needed to best address clients’ wide range of inquiries and issues, particularly when involving intricate, specialized subject areas such as international, state and local, trust and estate tax and how they factor into the clients’ plans.
EisnerAmper’s Tax Help Desk offers a consultancy service for accounting firms seeking tax professionals to incorporate special knowledge from their area of expertise and find solutions for the client. Comprised of a team with in-depth knowledge and experience in specific areas of tax, the EisnerAmper Tax Help Desk is available to assist through tax support and tax consulting solutions to accounting firms varying from one professional to nationwide enterprises with up to 100 employees. In addition, this unique offering allows firms access to EisnerAmper’s specific niche industries groups such as real estate, financial services, technology, manufacturing and distribution and more.
The EisnerAmper Tax Help Desk is a consulting service that can be used to enhance existing client relationships and provide customized and timely tax solutions with specific experience in a wide range of industries. The best part: You keep your clients while providing them the complete service they need including specific tax issues which may be outside your firm’s area of expertise.
The EisnerAmper Tax Help Desk specializes in the following subject areas:
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Carolyn Dolci, CPA is a Tax Partner providing tax planning, compliance and advisory services with experience in corporate income tax, consolidated filings, partnerships, multi-state and local taxes and trusts.
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