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    Our primary focus is to help people and businesses resolve their problems with the IRS.
    Mr. Gaxiola will proceed to file applications and conduct interviews with IRS officials.

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  • Our mission is to provide warm, personalized customer services in accounting, tax, and financial management for business owners, non-profits, and individuals.

  • To become a premiere accounting firm for small to medium size business customers by 2020 and develop long-term relationship with individual customers.

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    • Honesty, integrity and a moral compass gives us inner peace in our work
    • We are humble in appreciating our success through good intentions
    • We are positive and confident that we will do our best

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    • Open-minded to inclusiveness and understanding
    • Believe in uniting to restore our relations with other differences

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    • Sharing our goodwill
    • Helping our neighbors achieve financial independence and happiness

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Alfredo Gaxiola, CPA

Mr. Gaxiola served as Treasurer of Camara de Empresarios Latinos, one of the largest and strongest Hispanic organizations in the city of Houston. He has conducted financial and accounting seminars for the Houston Small Business Development Corporation, as well.

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Our primary focus is to help people and businesses resolve their problems with the IRS.

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What taxpayers should know about tax return copies and transcripts

What taxpayers should know about tax return copies and transcripts

Personal Tax Returns

The IRS recommends that taxpayers keep a copy of tax returns for at least three years. Doing so can help taxpayers prepare future tax returns or even assist with amending a prior year’s return. If a taxpayer is unable to locate copies of previous year tax returns, they should check with their software provider or tax preparer first. Tax returns are available from IRS for a fee.

Here’s how tax preparers can avoid becoming victim of new phishing scam

Here’s how tax preparers can avoid becoming victim of new phishing scam

Form Preparation

The IRS warns tax practitioners to beware of phishing emails where the senders are posing as state accounting groups and other professional tax associations.

Taxpayers should stay alert because scammers don’t take a summer vacation

Taxpayers should stay alert because scammers don’t take a summer vacation

Reviews Temporary Bookkeeping Services

While many people take summer vacations, data thieves do not. Phishing emails and telephone scams continue to pop up around the country. The IRS reminds everyone to be vigilant to avoid becoming a victim.

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