Siegelaub & Rosenberg, P.A.
Certified Public Accountants & Associates
Welcome and thank you for visiting our website. In addition to providing you with a profile of
our firm and the services we provide, this website has been designed to become a helpful
resource tool to you, our valued clients and visitors. Our dedication to superior client service has
brought us to the Internet as we endeavor to continue to provide the highest quality professional
service and guidance.
As you browse through our Website, you will see that not only have we highlighted background
information on our firm and the services we provide, but have also included useful resources
such as informative articles (in our Newsletter section). In addition, we have taken the time to
gather many links to external Websites that we felt would be of interest to our clients and visitors
(in our Internet Links section).
While browsing through our website, please feel free to contact us with any questions or
comments you may have - we'd love to hear from you. We pride ourselves on being proactive
and responsive to our clients' inquiries and suggestions.
IRS Refund Status
Use the link below to goto the official
IRS website to check on the status of
your tax refund. This is not a site that
is managed or run by us, this is an
official US government website.
IRS Direct Pay
Use this secure service to pay your
individual tax bill or estimated tax
payment directly from your checking or
savings account at no additional cost to
you. This is an official IRS website.
Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft
Identity theft is a frustrating process
for victims. We take this issue very
seriously and continue to expand on
our robust screening process.
Business Entity Selection
Business Succession Planning
Buying & Selling a Business
Cash Flow & Budgeting Analysis
Debt & Financing Services
Estate & Trust Tax Preparation
Financial Forecasts & Projections
Mergers & Acquisitions
Sales Tax Services
Tax Planning & Preparation
Taxing Authority Representation
Hobby or Business? Why It Matters
Millions of Americans have hobbies such
as sewing, woodworking, fishing,
gardening, stamp and coin collecting, but
when that hobby starts to turn a profit, it
might just be considered a business by the
The IRS defines a hobby as an activity that is not
pursued for profit. A business, on the other hand,
is an activity that is carried out with the
reasonable expectation of earning a profit.
Business & the Affordable Care Act
Whether you're self-employed or run a
small business, here's a quick look at
what you need to know about the
Affordable Care Act.
If you have 50 or fewer full-time equivalent
(FTE) employees (generally, workers whose
income you report on a W-2 at the end of the
year) you are considered a small business under
the health care law.
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