Mr. Appelrouth has built a firm renowned for its creative financial and accounting advisors. The firm’s strength derives from his philosophy of accessibility and a hands-on approach. With extensive resources and breadth of knowledge, Mr. Appelrouth maintains a high-level of service with personalized attention.
In addition to maintaining the firm’s high level of service and integrity, Mr. Farah focuses his practice areas on Audit and Assurance and Business Advisory for privately owned and not-for-profit enterprises, as well as government agencies. His reputation in the International Tax and Transaction arena is second to none.
Mr. Appel brings over 30 years of experience in accounting to lead Appelrouth, Farah & Co., P.A.’s tax practice. A Certified Public Accountant with a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Florida, Mr. Appel joined the firm in 2004. He directs the firm’s team in developing tax strategies and following the changes in tax law.
Partner, Director of Business & Entrepreneurial Services
Mr. Goldstein leads the firm’s Business and Entrepreneurial Services and has over 35 years experience as a Certified Public Accountant and broad knowledge in all tax strategies and planning for corporations, partnerships, individuals and start-up companies.
Partner, Director of Assurance & Advisory Services
Mr. Rader is responsible for overseeing the firm’s audit and assurance practice. In addition to providing solutions for clients, Mr. Rader is dedicated to providing them with top-notch customer service. He makes it a point to place communication high on his list.
Your role as an executor or personal administrator of an estate involves a number of responsibilities. Did you know that part of your responsibility involves making sure the necessary tax returns are filed? And there might be more of those than you expect. Here’s an overview: Personal income tax. You may need to file a
U.S. citizens and resident aliens living overseas or serving in the military outside the U.S. receive an automatic two-month extension of the regular tax filing deadline. If this extension applies to your living situation, you have until June 15, 2017 to file your 2016 tax return. To use this automatic two-month extension, you must attach
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