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  • 2006
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  • 718.894.1500
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  • 75-16 Metropolitan Ave
    Flushing, NY 11379
    United States of America

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  • Enrolled Agent, Accredited Tax Advisor, Certified Tax Coach, NTPI Fellow
  • Honors & Awards
  • Sal is an NTPI Fellow and an NTPI Level 2, Level 3, and Graduate Level in Representation instructor.

More About The TaxAdvocate Group, LLC

The TaxAdvocate Group, is a full-service tax and accounting firm. We offer solutions to your tax, accounting, and payroll needs at very reasonable fees.

The TaxAdvocate Group is a small firm dedicated exclusively to taxation and accounting for small businesses and individuals. We have been based in New York City for over 20 years. Our small size, education, and stability allow us to deliver the personalized attention and expertise to help you achieve your  business and personal goals. We are big enough to serve you, and small enough to know you.

We offer a full range of accounting services including bookkeeping, write-up, and full service payroll. We can also help you with any tax problems, including: Liens, Levies, Offers in Compromise, Payroll Tax problems, Audits, Penalty Abatement, Tax Bankruptcy advice, Innocent Spouse protection, and filling delinquent tax returns.

We are Enrolled Agents who specialize in tax problem resolutions and have been representing clients in front of the IRS and state tax authorities for over 20 years. Tax problem resolution is what we do.

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