Reader Mimi is looking for an “old fashioned CPA” for tax help – and she is willing to pay. Mimi writes:
I am searching for an old fashioned CPA who takes the time to review all deductions, make suggestions, etc. I am fed up with CPA’s who give me short shrift because I am not in business or a huge money making client.
Where can retired seniors go to find a service oriented CPA? I’m not looking for a freebie. I can pay a reasonable hourly fee for personalized service. Please advise if you can point me in the right direction.
AARP is a good resource for seniors looking for tax help, but unfortunately the org’s free tax services run between January and April. Still, contact AARP (firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-687-2277) and ask them to point you in the right direction. You might also call your local senior citizens community center for recommendations.
What would you tell Mimi?
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