Did you know that taking the right Social Security benefits at the right time can make a huge difference to your living standard in retirement?
Join us on February 7th as Jarita Walker from the Social Security Administration takes us through the ins and outs of Social Security and what they all mean for your retirement.Read More
"Giving back is ingrained in the KRS culture and Giving Tuesday is the perfect time for us to contribute to help those in Puerto Rico who lost their homes and livelihoods in the recent natural disasters," said KRS CPAs managing partner Maria Rollins.
The firm donated to United for Puerto Rico, which provides assistance to individuals and small businesses devastated by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.Read More
KRS is proud to be the recipient of the 2017 NJBIA Award for Excellence.
Watch the award ceremony video and learn more about the KRS flexible work program.Read More
Is there a tax break in your future? While the crystal ball is still murky as Capitol Hill continues to negotiate the tax reform bill, there are things you should know and actions you can take to ready yourself and your business.
Join us on December 7th as we highlight the anticipated changes to federal and New Jersey tax policy. Our tax experts will provide you with some timely planning tips as well as what to watch out for as we prepare for this wave of change.Read More
When KRS senior staff accountant Diane Pineda learned about the NJ Business and Industry Association’s new campaign to feature association members in its marketing, she was quick to get KRS involved.
That’s why our offices were abuzz last Friday when NJBIA’s creative director Mike Sanchez and his audio/visual team stopped by for a morning-long photo and video shoot.Read More
KRS partner Jerry Shanker took to the fairway with clients Alvin and Andy Dietz, and Mark Kluger, longtime colleague and partner at Kluger Healey LLC.
The occasion was the 12th Annual Golf Outing for the Nothing Is Impossible Foundation, held at the Ballyowen Golf Course, Hamburg, NJ.Read More
Opening a business in the U.S. as a foreigner can be complex. The U.S. tax code alone runs to over 17,000 pages and non-U.S. companies must abide by U.S. accounting rules as well as international operating and reporting standards.That's where KRS comes in. We help foreign businesses get established and successfully navigate U.S. accounting and tax requirements. We also offer free resources on our website...Read More
Diane Pineda, Catalina Echeverry and Marika Dugan recently attended The World of the Latino Cuisine 2017 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center. This is an important show in the metropolitan area, as the Latino food and beverage market is reaching $18 billion and growing at a pace of 4% annually.
“It was inspiring to meet the CEOs and faces behind the different specialty food exhibitors,” commented Dugan. She noted some of the trends they saw at the show...Read More
Join us in welcoming Tomasz Kotowski, the newest staff accountant on the KRS team!
Tomasz graduated with a BS degree in Accounting, from Rutgers Business School, in Newark, N.J. He is currently working toward his CPA.
What attracted him to KRS was “the company culture, being part of a great and friendly professional team with a ‘let’s grow together’ attitude that encourages professional development.”Read More