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Schneiderman and Friedman

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New York New York 10019

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Company Name
Schneiderman and Friedman
330 W 58th St
New York, New York, 10019
United States

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Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday:
10:am - 5:pm
Accepted Forms of Payments
All Forms of Credit Card payments:
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About Schneiderman and Friedman

We are a full service CPA firm, experts in Small Business Tax, also doing Individual Returns, Estate Tax, Gift Tax & Financial Tax, amongst others. We take great pride in our quality work for a multitude of clients that include, but are not limited to, Publishing, Real Estate, Consulting & Attorneys, to mention a few.

Schneiderman and Friedman Member Articles

Qualified Business Income Deduction: Who Qualifies?

QBI, also known as qualified business income deduction is a form of tax deduction that allows business owners and qualified self-employed people to deduct as much as 20% out of their...

Tax Breaks for Disabled Veterans

In appreciation for military men's services, Uncle Sam offers a series of tax breaks for veterans with disabilities. This article sheds light on each alongside how one might qualify...

How To Measure Taxes On Your Crypto Profits

Your taxes this year may be dominated by a clear question: "At any point in 2020, did you sell, receive, send, trade, or earned financial interest in any virtual currency?"In...

State and Local Sales Tax Rates, 2021

Sales taxes are one of the common direct ways to collect tax revenue. Although graduated income tax brackets and rates are complex and confusing for many taxpayers, sales taxes are...

An Insight into the Kiddie Tax

Before the Kiddie tax, parents could get tax savings by setting up an investment account using the kid's name. Parents could give various items like a stock to their kids in which...

What Is A First-time Homebuyer Credit?

The First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit was introduced during the 2008 financial crisis to make home shopping more affordable for Americans. While there are many other mortgage and loan...

Tax Scams to Watch Out for as the Filing Season is Upon Us

Even if every other thing seems uncertain, payment of tax will always be certain. Even when the Coronavirus dealt a massive blow on the whole earth, Uncle Sam still managed to have...

Understanding Of Health Reimbursement Agreement (HRA)

What is a health expense reimbursement agreement (HRA)?A health reimbursement agreement (HRA) is an employer-funded plan that reimburses employees for eligible medical expenses and,...

Tax Implications of a Legal Settlement

When two parties agree on something concerning a case, they settle. In this case, the defendant will pay an agreed sum of money to the plaintiff. The plaintiff, in many cases, could...

What To Look For In a Good Tax Preparer

Many taxpayers have concerns about the taxes they pay and wonder if there is a way for them to save on taxes. You will be surprised to know that the best answer to this question lies...

Qualified Business Income (QBI) Deduction

The QBI (qualified business income deduction) allows individuals to deduct up to 20% of business income, REIT dividends, or PTP income from personal income tax returns. Those who are...