The experts at Remote Accountant LLC understand that taxpayers work hard for their money, and ensures quality care for every customer, regardless of status or disability.
Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) March 16, 2014 -- The national accounting, bookkeeping, and tax firm Remote Accountant LLC is adamant about protecting its clients' money, and was founded on firm moral standards. Their mission is to provide exemplary accounting services to individual taxpayers, entrepreneurs, and small businesses; adhering to three principle values of professionalism, responsiveness, and quality. As this year's filing deadline approaches, it's imperative to find an accounting agency that adheres to proper moral and professional standards, while monitoring federal and local tax changes.
On March 7th, 2014 Access IQ reported that H&R Block settled a case brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. The Department of Justice argued that H&R Block's website and accompanying electronic extensions (inclusive of mobile applications) violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. To read more visit accessiq.org/news/news/2014/03/us-accessibility-court-case-against-hr-block-settled.
On March 6th, 2014 the United States District Court released information regarding H&R Block's violation of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits the discrimination on the basis of disability in the full and equal enjoyment of goods, services, facilities, and privileges that any place of public accommodation owns. Mika Pyyhkala and Lindsay Yazzolino initially filed against H&R Block, alleging that their website's coding was incompatible with blind persons' technology. The case number is 1:33-cv-10799-GAO. Visit ada.gov/hrb-cd.htm for more information.
The Department of Justice quoted U.S. attorney Ortiz on March 6th, 2014 on H&R Block's settlement, “For those with disabilities, an inaccessible website puts them at a great disadvantage and further perpetuates a feeling of dependence and reliance on others,” said U.S. Attorney Ortiz. “With thoughtful and proper web design, businesses and organizations can have a great impact on the daily lives of people with disabilities who, like everyone else, seek to enjoy the benefits of technology.” H&R Block has agreed to conform to the Americans with Disabilities Act. To read on visit justice.gov/opa/pr/2014/March/14-crt-239.html.
While the tensions of the accounting industry are subsiding, the deadline to file taxes is approaching in less than a month, on April 15th. Understanding how to garner every tax dollar is an intensive job in itself, without the burden of court settlements. The experts at Remote Accountant LLC understand that taxpayers work hard for their money, and ensures quality care for every customer, regardless of status or disability. Jason A. Vojcik, CEO of Remote Accountant LLC stated "Remote Accountant is dedicated to providing clients with disabilities optimal services, and stands with H&R Block's reevaluation of its policies concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act." Remote Accountant LLC helps clients retain every eligible tax dollar by intimately identifying key components in clients' accounting information, while offering financial planning to ensure future savings.
The authorities at Remote Accountant LLC utilize advanced technology to service their customers, including voice-enabled software, live video chat, and automatic pc to pc login for instant and seamless updating of accounting, bookkeeping, and tax filings at the same time. Remote Accountant LLC offers a multitude of accounting services which can be found on their website at http://www.remoteaccountantllc.com, or on their firm introduction video.