President Obama has promised to sign the legislation, which means Americans will continue to receive bigger pay checks through the rest of the year
Daly City, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2012
Originally set to expire at the end of February, the House and the Senate recently extended the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits, while also avoiding a Medicare fee cut for doctors for the rest of the year. San Francisco's tax services expert, Gelardi Tax Services explains what this means for employees and families.
“President Obama has promised to sign the legislation, which means Americans will continue to receive bigger pay checks through the rest of the year,” Lisa Gelardi of Gelardi Tax Services said.
This great news is a good sign that the government is well aware of the needs of the citizens for better compensation of salaries, as well as the long-term benefits that will secure their future.
“The White House said the average family would have lost $40 per paycheck had the tax cut not been extended,” according to the Huffington Post.
Gelardi Tax Services is a great provider for tax advice and aims to keep everybody in the loop of new policies.
For more information about Gelardi Tax Services, call 415-233-7764, view the tax preparation specialist on the web at http://www.gelarditaxservice.com or visit 332 Glenwood Ave. in Daly City.
About Gelardi Tax Services
With more than ten years of providing tax services for a variety of industries in the San Francisco area, Lisa Gelardi has the knowledge and experience to make tax preparation less intimidating. From Schedule A’s to Schedule E’s, 1040s to 1065s and back taxes to current taxes, Gelardi handles personal taxes with accuracy and ease.
As a small-business owner, Gelardi is more cost effective and a lot easier to get in touch with than other companies. Offering tax help year round, she'll even travel to clients in the Bay Area so that they save time. She communicates clearly with her clients and displays a keen ability to find solutions for a variety of tax situations and industries.