Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC

Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC

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Congratulations to all of our hard-working Team Challenge High School students! As always, so impressed with their brain power, teamwork and dedication to solving ethical business challenges at our annual Team Challenge Competition. Thank you to Co-Cathedral of St Robert Bellarmine School for hosting, and to our generous sponsors: New Jersey Natural Gas, NJ Sharing Network, McCabe and McCabe Financial, CentraState Healthcare System, Sunrise Optimist Club of Freehold, Davison, Eastman, Muñoz, Lederman & Paone, P.A., Investors Bank, Canell, Kozek & Co., LLC and so many others, for helping to make this event a success for our students!
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Business, individual, not for profit and estate tax returns. Compilation and review reports, payroll and sales tax returns.

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04/08/2022

Newsletter - Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC

Can't Make the Tax Filing Deadline? It is April 18th This Year

The filing deadline to submit 2021 tax returns or an extension to file and pay tax owed is Monday, April 18, 2022, for most taxpayers. By law, Washington, D.C., holidays impact tax deadlines for everyone in the same way federal holidays do. The due date is April 18, instead of April 15, because of the Emancipation Day holiday in the District of Columbia for everyone except taxpayers who live in Maine or Massachusetts. Taxpayers in Maine or Massachusetts have until April 19, 2022, to file their returns due to the Patriots' Day holiday in those states.

If you need extra time to file your returns this year file the Form 4868 Application for an Automatic Extension. You can let us know you need an extension or you can request an extension by Efile or by filing out form 4868 and mailing it to the IRS by April 18th. The extension gives you an additional six months, until Oct. 17th 2022, to file the tax return.

Remember an extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay. You need to estimate your tax liability and pay any balance due when you request the extension. We can help estimate your tax liability. The IRS has several payment options are available, including electronic funds withdrawal or check. Some states accept the federal extension if you are unsure please have us handle the extension for you.

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03/11/2022

Newsletter - Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC

Tax Filing Deadline for 1065 (Partnership) and 1120S ( S Corporation) is March 15th

If you need extra time to file your 1065 and 1120s forms we may be able to help. You can let us know you need an extension and we will request one for you.

The extension gives you an additional six months, until September 15th, to file.

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Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC updated their website address. 03/11/2022

Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC updated their website address.

Kozek Tax & Accounting Services LLC updated their website address.

07/16/2020
01/30/2020

Part Time Office Assistant

CPA firm seeks individual for growing practice in Freehold.

Part time to full time position during tax season. (February thru April). Must be willing to work Saturdays during tax season. Part time year round. Please email [email protected] or fax resume to 732-780-5310.

Responsibilities:

• Bi-lingual - Spanish(+)
• Answer phones, send and receive faxes.
• Knowledge of computer programs: Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and QuickBooks(+)
• Scan documents (will train)
• Greet clients
• Process tax returns (will train)
• Make appointments
• Other office duties

11/28/2019
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Timeline photos 01/12/2019

One last hurrah before tax season starts!

11/21/2018

Happy Thanksgiving!
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, our office will be closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23.

We will reopen for normal business hours on Monday, November 26.

04/17/2018

TAX DEADLINE IS HERE!! WE GOT THIS!!

Newsletter - Canell, Kozek & Co., LLC 02/02/2018

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Newsletter - Canell, Kozek & Co., LLC 01/31/2018

Newsletter - Canell, Kozek & Co., LLC

Although most of the changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act aren’t set to take effect until next year’s filings, it is important to be familiar with the changes. These include new tax rates and brackets, an increased standard deduction but an elimination of personal exemptions, limitations as well as elimination of some itemized deductions, changes to credits and depreciation, and many others. Tax planning is as important as ever and we are here to help. Check out the article below for a more extensive list of changes, and if you have any questions give us a call!

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01/01/2018

Wishing you Happy Healthy and Prosperous 2018!!!

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Holiday Party Part 2 was lots of fun
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11/21/2017

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

05/31/2017

NJ Division of Taxation - Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement Program)

The filing deadline for 2016 Senior Freeze Property Tax Reimbursements has been extended to OCTOBER 18, 2017.

NJ Division of Taxation - Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement Program) Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement Program)

Timeline photos 12/31/2016

Wishing a happy and healthy new year to all our clients, family and friends!

Timeline photos 12/30/2016

Our clients are spoiling us! Thank you so much for the delicious cookies!!

Timeline photos 12/29/2016

It's going to be good New Years Eve!! Thank you to one of our very generous clients for the beautiful gift!

Timeline photos 12/23/2016

Happy Holidays!

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Happy Thanksgiving!!

08/30/2016

“Your Taxpayer Bill of Rights”

Being a taxpayer comes with rights – and it is important for individuals to be aware of and understand these rights. First and foremost, taxpayers have the right to be informed. Those complicated tax laws that seem to be made to confuse you? Every taxpayer is entitled to a clear explanation from the IRS of any and all tax laws, forms, and publications. Another important right is the right to be heard against the IRS. Taxpayers are able to voice any questions or concerns regarding IRS decisions or actions and expect a formal response in a timely manner. The article below explains these taxpayer rights and eight others in detail!

“Your Taxpayer Bill of Rights”

08/10/2016

“About your IRS Notice or Letter”

The first way that the IRS will contact an individual will be by mail. If you receive correspondence from the IRS, it is important to be aware of the next steps you should take. First and foremost, DON’T ignore it or throw it away. Read it carefully, following any instructions and being aware of the issue that the notice is regarding. If you agree with the notice issue, you do not need to respond other than sending any due payments if required. If you do not agree, respond in writing or by phone. Please remember that Canell, Kozek & Co., LLC offers the service of reviewing tax notices and aiding responding to the IRS as well as state taxing agencies. We recommend contacting us and providing a copy of the notice before any action is taken, the IRS has issued incorrect notices many times. The following article explains what steps to take in order to respond to an IRS notice.

“About your IRS Notice or Letter”

Timeline photos 07/13/2016

Please join us at this event sponsored by the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce. It will be a fun night!!! Mini Golf, Sub sandwiches, music, batting cages and much more. Contact the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce or our office if you have any questions.

07/06/2016

IRA Contribution FAQ's

Many people don’t fully understand the topic of IRA Contributions. In 2016, the contribution limit is $5,500 if you are under 50 and $6,500 if you are over 50. Depending on retirement plan coverage and other factors, you may be able to deduct part or all of your IRA contribution. The following article has answers to three very common IRA questions!

IRA Contribution FAQ's

06/16/2016

"Summertime Tips on Child Care Expenses"

As school lets out for the summer, many parents are sending their elementary and middle school children to summer camp. A majority of these parents may be unaware that these childcare expenses can mean tax breaks – such as The Child and Dependent Care Credit. This credit is meant for working parents (you and your spouse must have earned income) with children under the age of 13. The cost of camp can be factored in, but it must be a day camp and not overnight. The cost of a babysitter at home can also be factored in, but you may have to pay employment taxes. Limitations on this credit and factors to determine if you qualify are outlined in the following article.

"Summertime Tips on Child Care Expenses"

06/09/2016

IRS Warns of Latest Scam Variation Involving Bogus “Federal Student Tax”

Every new year means new tricks from scammers. While you may think you wouldn’t be fooled, it is important to be aware of current schemes so you don’t fall prey to them. Many scammers call demanding tax money and threaten to involve the authorities if the money is not paid immediately. This is the first sign of a scam. The IRS will never demand immediate payment, threaten to involve authorities to arrest you, require a specific payment method, or ask for credit card numbers over the phone. In addition, the IRS will send notices and bills before ever trying to contact you by phone. The following article details more information to help you detect the latest scams and schemes!

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IRS Warns of Latest Scam Variation Involving Bogus “Federal Student Tax”

06/02/2016

"Six Facts You Should Know Before Deducting a Charitable Donation”

A deductible charitable donation must be made to a qualified charity and will be included on your return as an itemized deduction. Donations other than cash are limited to the fair market value of the item, and any donation of cash or goods over $250 must be supported by a written statement from the charity. More information about charitable deductions can be found in the following article!

"Six Facts You Should Know Before Deducting a Charitable Donation”

05/25/2016

“Tax Information for Students Who Take a Summer Job”

With summer coming, many students will be starting new jobs – for some, this will be their first job ever. Students will need to fill out a form W-4 which allows employers to calculate the correct amount of tax to withhold from each paycheck. Students may not make enough at their summer jobs to be required to file a tax return, but if their employer withheld taxes, the only way to get that money refunded is by filing a tax return. The attached article details all of this, and has additional information on tip income and “self-employed” summer jobs like babysitting and lawn mowing.

“Tax Information for Students Who Take a Summer Job”

05/18/2016

“How Long Do you Need to Keep Your Tax Records?”

With tax season behind us, it’s important to know how long you should be keeping all your tax documents. The statute of limitations on a tax return is a minimum of three years in most situations – our firm recommends keeping at least the last seven years’ worth of returns and supporting documentation in either paper or electronic form. The following article explains why it’s important to keep these documents and the purposes you may need them!

“How Long Do you Need to Keep Your Tax Records?”

05/18/2016

NJ Division of Taxation - Property Tax Reimbursement (Senior Freeze) Forms

Do you need to file a New Jersey 2015 Property Tax Reimbursement?

As of today, the 2015 PTR filing deadline is June 1, 2016.
Information regarding this form can be found at the link below, and as always if you have any questions feel free to call the office or stop in!

NJ Division of Taxation - Property Tax Reimbursement (Senior Freeze) Forms Property Tax Reimbursement Forms for the State of New Jersey.

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Can't decide what makes us happier :)

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Thanks to our wonderful business clients.

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