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Generally, individuals who want advice and guidance from an attorney and a CPA must hire two people. Joseph Faulisi, Esq., CPA is both an attorney and a CPA; therefore, by hiring him, you avoid the need to hire two separate professionals. By working with Joseph, you don’t have to pay all the bills associated with accounting and tax advice from a CPA, only to turn around and pay another set of bills for legal advice from a tax attorney.
An Attorney-CPA can represent you in every possible situation. Contrast this with a CPA, who can’t represent you in every court and who may not be able to represent all your tax and accounting needs – especially when those needs cross over into areas of the law.
A lot of overlap exists between the tax/accounting and legal worlds. A dually licensed Attorney-CPA is a superior choice, offering you a more complete range of services. This is due to the Attorney-CPA’s extensive education and rigorous testing, which has earned them licenses in both professions.
When your attorney and CPA are two different people, in many instances one or the other might not want to explain certain issues outside their profession. For example, the attorney will not want to explain tax issues, while the CPA will not want to explain legal issues. The result is that these professionals push you back and forth, which leaves you frustrated.
The State of New York licensed Mr. Faulisi as a Certified Public Accountant while Mr. Faulisi was employed at Ernst & Young, LLP. There, he was involved in audits, tax certiorari's, and the annual tax compliance of Real Estate Investment Trusts’ (REITs’) status.
Before founding Faulisi Law Firm, PLLC, Mr. Faulisi established Faulisi & Company CPAs, PLLP. As the managing partner of Faulisi & Company CPAs, PLLP, Mr. Faulisi provides executive leadership while focusing on individual client needs.
Mr. Faulisi is a member of the Bar of the State of New York, and is also licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in New York State. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the New York State Society of CPAs.
In addition, Mr. Faulisi does pro bono work at Nassau Suffolk Law Services. For those who are less fortunate, Joseph drafts wills, powers of attorney, and healthcare planning directives.
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Starting a business can be stressful. Have a small business attorney help you navigate all the available business entity choices:
Start-ups inevitably require assistance interpreting agreements or contracts. As you begin your journey as a business owner, it is beneficial to have a Tax Attorney-CPA provide you with the proper tax and legal guidance, especially when you are facing tough business decisions.
Thinking about buying or selling a business? Make sure you understand all the tax and legal consequences associated with this sale or purchase.
Contracts are part of every business. If you need help drafting or negotiating contracts, a Tax Attorney-CPA can give you the guidance you need to stay ahead of the curve.
Faulisi Law provides guidance on contracts that include the following:
Buying and selling real estate is a complicated transaction; you will require assistance in determining the tax and legal consequences. Have a Tax Attorney-CPA walk you through your real estate contract today.
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Are you being audited by the IRS or NYS taxing authorities? Don't go through a tax audit without representation from a Tax Attorney-CPA.
Depending on your tax situation, you may qualify for:
Have a Tax Attorney-CPA appeal your tax auditor's decision.
Most of the time, we can resolve tax issues without litigation. However, sometimes the only way to support your tax position is to go to court.
NY sales tax audits are stressful. A reverse sales tax audit can determine your tax exposure.
For comprehensive estate planning, most individuals consult with both an attorney and a CPA. If you are a client of Faulisi Law, you will get both. Joseph Faulisi, Esq., CPA is both an attorney and a CPA. His dual certifications allow you to save money while receiving premier service. If you have questions related to any of the following, reach out to us today:
When a loved one has passed away, the last thing you want to do is hunt around for an attorney and a CPA. Talk to Joseph Faulisi, Esq., CPA today.
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