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BKC & BDO Alliance USA

BKC is an independent member of the BDO Alliance USA, a nationwide association of independently owned local and regional accounting, consulting and service firms with similar client service goals. This alliance allows us to better service our clients with greater flexibility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

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BKC Named in Top 50 Accounting Firms

NJBIZ has named BKC as one of the Top 50 Accounting Firms in New Jersey. The list is ranked by the number of CPAs located in the state. NJBIZ is a New Jersey business journal, which produces a weekly print edition with a circulation of more than 15,000 copies, as well as...

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Upcoming QuickBooks Professional Training Seminars

Basic and Advanced Level QuickBooks Training Seminars have been scheduled for September and December. RSVP today! Our QuickBooks ProAdvisor will be covering useful methods and strategies to streamline your processes.

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BKC Expands Governmental Services Practice

BKC has expanded with the addition of the firm of William Colantano, CPA. The Washington based full service practice brings extensive experience in Governmental Services.

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ANDREW D. ROSS SPEAKING ABOUT ABLE ACCOUNTS

Andrew D. Ross, CPA of BKC will be speaking on October 6, 2016  on “Estate & Financial Planning ABLE Accounts”  at the Center for Educational Advancement (CEA) in an informative seminar geared towards parents of disabled children.   See the event flyer below:

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VALUATION DISCOUNTS WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE SOON

Currently, valuations of interests in family controlled entities for federal gift, estate and generation-skipping transfers can be reduced by discounts saving significant tax dollars, but this will change soon.  It may be too late after December 1, 2016 to take advantage of the more favorable rules currently in effect. Aggressive discounts were historically taken, thus Read More…