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Strength in Service...

The financial strength, attitude and commitment to client satisfaction of Kessler & Associates, P.C. allows us to provide you with the highest quality of products and services when you need them.

Our strength is in understanding your needs. Our associates are committed to your complete satisfaction.
4545 250 #943634

Strength in Service...

The financial strength, attitude and commitment to client satisfaction of Kessler & Associates, P.C. allows us to provide you with the highest quality of products and services when you need them.

Our strength is in understanding your needs. Our associates are committed to your complete satisfaction.
4545 250 #943634

Strength in Service...

The financial strength, attitude and commitment to client satisfaction of Kessler & Associates, P.C. allows us to provide you with the highest quality of products and services when you need them.

Our strength is in understanding your needs. Our associates are committed to your complete satisfaction.
4545 250 #943634
Welcome to Kessler & Associates
Accounting & Taxes

Accounting & Taxes

We recognize that different types of enterprises have different accounting needs;
we go to great lengths to understand your business.
Wealth Management

Wealth Management

Plan, Build and Protect your personal & business affairs and find complete financial peace of mind.
Management Systems

Management &
Business Planning

Design and implement plans and control systems that match your business to give you a competitive advantage and improve revenue.
Latest News & Tax Tips
March 5, 20122 years ago

Is Time On Your Side?

How long do you have to keep your tax records?  Like many issues of law, it depends.  Practically speaking, the statute of limitations on additional tax assessments runs for three years from the time you have filed your tax return or the due date, whichever comes later.  For example, you should hold onto 2010 records until at least April 18, 2014 (October 17, 2014 if you have obtained a filing extension). Read more

Tips For Solving The Cost-Basis Mystery

That old gift of stock from a parent or Uncle Jerry can create a tax headache when the time comes to sell it. Capital gains tax due when someone sells a gift of stock is generally based on what the original owner paid for the shares, as well as events such as mergers, spinoffs and stock splits that occurred at the company in the years since. That original basis, though, is often lost. Read more

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