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I am looking for a volunteer to be Treasurer of a community newspaper called the Aberdeen TimesAnswer
I recently sold a property in Northern VA. I need to start planning 2023 taxes, including tax loss harvesting -- I need an expert to work with me as I am thinking I can avoid captial gains since I only work part-time.Answer
AnonymousIt is recommended to consult a qualified tax professional for individualized tax advice as each taxpayer’s situation is unique. You can search for a tax professional or financial advisor in your area through professional associations or web directories such as NerdWallet, Investopedia, or the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA)....Read More
I'm looking for a CPA or attorney that can prepare IRS Form 1023, Application FOR Tax Exempt StatusAnswer
AnonymousYou can search for local CPAs or attorneys who specialize in nonprofit work through online directories like LinkedIn, Avvo, or the American Institute of CPAs. Additionally, you can ask for referrals from other nonprofit organizations or reach out to local chapters of professional organizations such as the National Society of Accountants or the National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives....Read More
I need a CPA pro bono for a small non-profit organization in new London, CT due December, 2021Answer
AnonymousYou may want to try reaching out to your local CPA firms or contacting the Connecticut Society of CPAs for potential pro bono services for your non-profit organization. Best of luck!...Read More