BRIAN PRZYSTUP & ASSOCIATES LLC

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Miami Florida 33127

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  • 1995
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  • 4885 NW 7TH AVE
    Miami, FL 33127
    United States of America

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  • Hours of Operation
  • by appointment only.

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  • credit card, check, cash
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  • INTERNATIONAL TAX ACCOUNTANT
    AFSP

More About BRIAN PRZYSTUP & ASSOCIATES LLC

I have been 25 years preparing personal  and Business tax returns.  We do all 50 states and also international. We specialize in Corporations, amendments, and Real estate. 

BRIAN PRZYSTUP & ASSOCIATES LLC Member Articles


Standard Deduction for 2020 is Rising: This is what You Should Know

There are some options available to taxpayers when filing their returns. They can either take the standard deduction method or the other way, which is to itemize their deductions.The...


Ways in Which Government Subsidy Helps the Industry

Tax and subsidies are opposite in nature. Tax refers to the amount of money, the government takes from producers and buyers for every unit of goods sold and bought. A subsidy, on the...


How to Stick To Your Financial New Year’s Resolution

2020 is here and while you may be set on hitting your goals this year, by February your resolutions will more likely fall by the wayside just like 80 percent of people in the world....


How to Pay Off Your Student Loans with a 529 Plan

Congress is about to tackle a new bill that will allow 529 plans to be used to pay off student loans. There are an estimated 43 million Americans with student loan debt today and the...


The Many Pitfalls of Wealth Tax

A wealth tax is different from many other forms of tax because it only applies to the wealthiest people in a country. In other words, it involves an annual levy on assets of the rich,...


Rules for Early Withdrawal from Your IRS Retirement Savers Fund

There are many times people find themselves in situations where they consider taking money from their retirement savers fund even before they retire. Even though this is not a good...


Six Ways to Prevent Fraud During the peak Holiday Shopping Period

The holiday and the festive period is fast approaching. It is general knowledge that there will be an increase in online shopping during this period.Crooks and many unscrupulous beings...


The Tax Rules For Sole Proprietors With Employees

One of the oldest and most popular forms of business is the sole proprietorship. It has stood the test of time due to its simplicity, ease of setup, and nominal cost. A sole proprietorship...


What is the 4% Retirement Rule?

You might have heard about some financial rule of thumb that has circulated for years as you think about retirement and start planning for your income needs. Called as the ‘4...


Hedge fund management fees: What do they mean for you?

For many years, tax advantages over separately managed accounts (SMA) are where hedge fund investors benefited from. The difference by suspending all miscellaneous itemized deductions...


Federal Giving Laws and Regulations You Should Know

There are limits to all type of contributions, except giving/contribution made through the candidate personal funds. According to the Federal Election Campaign Act, there is a limitation...


How To Calculate Taxable Income

What is taxable incomeTaxable income are all business compensations or individual compensation that can be used to determine tax liability.  The gross or total income is used...


Everything You Need To Know About the New 2020 Tax Rates

An increase of 0.1% in the consumer price index was reported by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics for the month of August. It started rising to 0.3% last July. Let’s take a...


Why Section 199A Is The Most Exciting Tax Break

The Section 199A tax deduction most likely considers as the best private venture and individual speculator tax break of the 21st century. Utilizing Section 199A, entrepreneurs,...


S Corporation Vs. C Corporation: Which One Is Right For You

When you start a business or change its structure, one of the most common options that business owners evaluate is the creation of an S corp (S corporation) or C corp (C corporation)....


Thinking of paying your taxes with a Credit Card? Understand all the costs

Tax period can be very stressful, especially if you do not have money to pay for what you have incurred. While a credit card can be a convenient way to cover your bill, you must understand...


Everything You Need To Know About Section 1031

You generally pay tax on the gain you make from selling off a piece of investment property at the time of the sale. You then effectively traded one property for another if you use...


Bitcoin: What happens to it when you die?

What is bitcoin?An unknown person with an alias of Satoshi Nakamoto created the new currency bitcoin in 2009. There are no banks involved with bitcoin transactions - no middle men....


5 Tips on Financial Planning for Unmarried Couples

Marriage equality and planning have become easier now but there are still some differences. At least these days, depending on how you plan, you are always given a choice. You will...


What You Need To Know About Fake IRS Letters

It is again time for the IRS to send out notices and bills to taxpayers and also reporting on cryptocurrency and healthcare which are focused on correspondence. Scammers are taking...


Healthcare Taxation: How will it affect you?

The income you file on your tax return will be used as the basis for your cost for Marketplace health insurance. You will also know if you’re eligible for the tax credits associated...


Teach Your Kids about Saving Money through These Creative Ways

There are a lot of ways on how to teach your kids about money and it can be fun also. You can turn a complex topic into a game or you can take a day-to-day activity and make it a learning...


Should You Invest In Annuities?

As long as you are buying annuities for the right reasons, then that is a good investment. You can buy annuities for income, safety or for long-term growth. For example, an immediate...


What You Should Know About Secure Act

A small miracle occurred in Washington. With overwhelming bipartisan support, the House of Representatives passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (or SECURE)...


Steps to take now if you didn't file your tax return on time

Although April 15 was Tax Day, those who reside at Maine or Massachusetts have theirs extended to April 17, and all who have to file for tax didn't make it on time (you who filed...


Changes to itemized deductions: What you can and cannot deduct under the new law

Whispers have arisen over the years of changing relating to what individuals can deduct as listed deductions. In December 2016, the Congressional Budget Office published a study on...


Best Cities to Retire in 2019

If nothing ties you to your present home, you may search for a spot to begin afresh once you formally retire. A few people want to look outside the United States; however, in case...


Effect of Ninth Circuit Decision For IRS on Shifting Of Income To Tax Havens

Issues relating to Stock-Based CompensationYou will often see articles showing the number of companies "pay" in federal income tax. Those articles inevitably make use of...


What Happens If You Get Audited And You Have No Receipts?

Are you among the 6 million taxpayers whose tax return got questioned by the IRS? This happens every year and these taxpayers are either audited or were sent a verification notice...


Increasing Your Banks Returns by 2%: Is it possible?

Earning microscopic interest to all that cash sitting like a slug in your bank account is quite well known to all of you. A wealth manager at Aldrich Wealth in Carlsbad, Calif, Stephen...


Real Estate Basis: How Is It Calculated?

The word “basis” is commonly used among homeowners. It’s the amount of your home or other properties is worth for the purpose of taxes. The gain (profit) or loss...


All You Need To Know About Getting a Tax Transcript Online

The importance of keeping a copy of your tax returns cannot be overemphasized; they can help you prepare future tax returns, and are also helpful when you want to amend a prior year’s...


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