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iMpact Accounting Solutions, Inc.

Upper Marlboro, MD (map)

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About iMpact Accounting Solutions, Inc.

We’re one of the leading accounting firms in the area. By combining our experience, expertise, and the energy of our staff, each client gets close personal and professional attention.

Our high standards, service, and specialized staff spell the difference between other firms and our outstanding performance. We make sure that each client is served by the expertise of our whole firm.

Our firm is responsive. Companies who choose our firm depend on competent advice and accurate, fast personnel. We offer total financial services to individuals, small and large businesses and other agencies.

To look at a listing of our services, please take a moment and check at our services page. Because we acquire new business from the people who really know us best, referrals have increased our growth in the recent years.

Through hard work, we have earned the respect of the financial and business communities. This respect illustrates our dedication, diverse talents, and ability to respond quickly.

An accounting firm is recognized for the quality of its service. Our reputation shows the high standards we demand of ourselves.

Our primary goal as a trusted advisor is to be available to offer insightful advice to allow our clients to make informed financial decisions. We don’t accept anything less from ourselves and that’s what we deliver to you.

We feel it is extremely important to constantly professionally educate ourselves to improve our financial knowledge, technical expertise, and service to our clients.

The result of our commitment to excellence is our high-service quality and "raving fan" clients. We’ll answer all of your queries as they impact both your financial and tax situations. We welcome you to call us any time.

Location

1401 Mercantile Lane, 200-bb
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

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Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. An accounting firm is known for the quality of its service. Our firm's reputation reflects the high standards we demand of ourselves.

Our primary goal as a trusted advisor is to be available to provide insightful advice to enable our clients to make informed financial decisions. We do not accept anything less from ourselves and this is what we deliver to you.

We feel it is extremely important to continually professionally educate ourselves to improve our technical expertise, financial knowledge and service to our clients.

Our high service quality and "raving fan" clients are the result of our commitment to excellence.

We will answer all of your questions, as they impact both your tax and financial situations. We welcome you to contact us anytime.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Overpaying The IRS Makes You " Audit Proof"

The IRS doesn't care if you pay the right amount of taxes or overpay your taxes. They do care if you pay less than you owe and you can't substantiate your deductions. Even if you overpay in one area, the IRS will still hit you with interest and penalties if you underpay in another. It is never a good idea to knowingly or unknowingly overpay the IRS. The best way to "Audit Proof" yourself is to properly document your expenses and make sure you are getting good advice from your tax accountant.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. When should I hire a Lawyer?

For certain legally complex or time-consuming disputes or problems, there is no doubt that a Lawyer is necessary. For example, if you want a will prepared, or a more complex business deal handled, you will need a Lawyer. Or if a court case is involved (other than a simple, routine matter), you'll almost always need a Lawyer.

In deciding whether to hire a Lawyer, consider the following:

Does the matter involve a complex legal issue, or is it likely to go to court? Is a large amount of money, property, or time involved? These factors indicate you need a Lawyer.

Is a form or self-help book available that you can use instead of hiring a Lawyer? You may be able to solve certain problems with only minimal assistance.

Are there any non-Lawyer legal resources available to assist you?

Unlike more complex transactions, some transactions can be handled without a Lawyer. For instance, the preparation of a living will can often be done with the aid of non-legal sources (such as the American Association of Retired Persons/Continuing Legal Education). Various organizations can provide you with a living will form for your state, as well as information on how to complete the form.

How would I handle a dispute on my own? Many disputes can be resolved by writing letters or negotiating on your own, or using arbitration or mediation. Legal self-help manuals and seminars can provide you with the tools to handle some or all of the dispute.

Tip: Consider hiring an attorney to review papers or provide advice, rather than fully representing you.
Negotiating on your own. Negotiating on your own behalf can solve many minor disputes. There are many books on the general topic of negotiation.

Tip: Before negotiating, familiarize yourself with legal issues that might come up by calling a legal hot-line or consulting other sources of information.

Mediation or arbitration. Dispute resolution centers have been established in almost all states. Most specialize in helping to resolve problems in the areas of consumer complaints, landlord/tenant disputes, and disagreements between neighbors or family members.

Mediation involves a neutral person who assists the two sides to discuss their differences and possibly reach an agreement. In an arbitration, the neutral third party conducts a more formal process and makes a decision (usually written) after listening to both sides.

If both parties can agree to it, using a dispute resolution center or a private mediation center can be a low-cost alternative to bringing a suit in court or hiring an attorney to represent you in a negotiation.

Small claims court. Small claims court may be appropriate if you have a monetary claim for damages within the limits set by your state (usually $1,000 to $5,000). These courts are more informal and involve less paperwork than regular courts. If you file in small claims court, be prepared to act as your own attorney, gather the needed evidence, research the law, and present your story in court.


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