Addressing 360° of Your Financial Landscape
At The DeMinno CPA Firm, PC, we have long been committed to helping business owners, professionals, and families to pursue a prosperous financial future by serving as a trusted and experienced wealth management advocate. Our goal is to coordinate your strategies and simplify your financial needs so you can focus on your passions and goals.
From wealth management, tax preparation, IRS audit representation, QuickBooks consulting and business services, our diverse slate of services and dynamic team of professionals stand out from the majority of conventional firms. Our interdisciplinary approach is designed to address your varied financial needs, goals, and dreams, wherever life may lead you along the way.
Headquarters based in New City, New York, Rockland County, we serve clients across the globe, primarily in the Tri-State area. Additionally, we have a location in Palm Beach County, Florida. We invite you to contact us today for a complimentary consultation to see how we may be able to help you.
From building your portfolio to evaluating your retirement needs, we help to synthesize your various financial obligations, personal goals, and future dreams into cohesive strategies.Learn More
Implementing tax strategies year-round can help abate Uncle Sam’s appetite. Guiding you through a full range of services, we help you determine opportunities for mitigating taxes.Learn More
From bookkeeping to succession planning, your business requires dynamic solutions. We strive to serve as your lifelong advocate, undertaking your business’ accounting needs.Learn More
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Estimate how long your retirement savings may last using various monthly cash flow rates.
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Investment tools and strategies that can enable you to pursue your retirement goals.
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