As the owner of Goldberg & Vaccaro Tax Services LLC, Kathy has transitioned with the company since first coming to work for Stephen A. Goldberg & Co in 1995. She led the team through recent technological improvements and ownership changes. Kathy has a BA from Tufts University and MBA from Southern Methodist University, and earned her Enrolled Agent status through the IRS examination process. She previously worked in the Small Business Group of the national accounting firm RSM McGladrey, but prefers the way that local accounting firms really get to know their individual and small business clients. Kathy comes from a family of engineers, and relates well to the meticulous and detailed nature of many clients’ concerns. With over two decades of tax experience, she is well-equipped to handle complex individual tax returns, as well as business returns for LLCs, partnerships, corporations, and trusts.
Kathy lives with her husband Chris in Reading, where they are recent empty-nesters taking up new activities such as hiking and biking. Their three oldest children Kim, Ben and Jenny are launched and living in Houston TX, Washington DC and Falmouth MA, respectively. Their youngest Tom studies business at the University of Notre Dame.
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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.