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Richard Fritzler

I am in the business of tax planning for business owners. Our company helps business owners structure so that they can be reduce the taxes that they owe, making them far more profitable.

Richard S

My expertise is in collecting past due taxes and tax returns. While at the IRS I worked on wage and bank levies, liens, Offer in Compromise, late filing and payment agreements every day. I spoke with over 20,000 people concerning their issues while I worked there (just retired).


As an Enrolled Agent, I am fully capable of providing tax advice as it relates to personal and business income taxes. Enrolled Agents are the only Federally licensed tax practitioners and are admitted to practice before all administrative functions of the IRS. My specialty is working with small business owners who file Schedule "C" and helping them to structure their business in such a way as to maximize as many tax advantages as possible. I also enjoy working with individuals who have both routine as well as complex tax situations. I prefer to concentrate on individuals and small business tax planning.

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2016-12-29 Capital gains tax calculations:

Pablo, thank you for your generous consideration for a donation.  To make a payment, you can go to my web site and click "Make a Payment".  My web site is    To answer your second

2016-12-25 NGOs/Charities Not Paying Sales Tax:

Dovi,  Sorry, haven't read any statistics about NGOs and whether they recap any sales tax thru their tax returns. My expertise is much more on the personal side - rather than the corporate. And, on the

2016-12-22 Capital gains tax calculations:

Pablo, no, that is not correct.    The answer depends on whether it is your personal residence or a rental property.    Current expenses are not part of the formula.  Here's how it works for both, except

2016-12-17 Sale of rental property:

Jeff - I think the answer to your question lies somewhere in here:

2016-12-02 2 Tax Questions:

Maybe this clarification will help:    Distributions come out of a Roth IRA in the following order.  1) Contributions: Distributions are tax free and penalty free until total distributions exceed total

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