KITCHENMASTER & COMPANY CPAs AND CONSULTANTS pride themselves in keeping their clients up to date on changes and news with tax preparation services, payroll services and financial services.
CPA or CPA Candidate: Kitchenmaster & Co. is a progressive CPA firm in Mankato. We are looking for an ethical professional with high standards of excellence to join our team-oriented practice.
B.S. in accounting or related field
5-10 years of experience in the public accounting field
Individual and corporate tax experience
Financial statement preparation experience
Proficiency with Quickbooks
We offer a flexible schedule and a work environment that takes advantage of technology to serve our clients. Please send resumes and cover letter to: Bonnie@TPManagement.net or mail to: P.O. Box 3128, Mankato MN 56002
Client portals offer you an ultra-convenient and secure means to access your tax returns! Portals are private and secure and provide you 24/7 access to your individual tax returns. From the portal you are able to view and print your 2009 tax return by simply logging on through our website.
Discover how our ongoing efforts to develop and enhance new technology can assist you with your professional accounting, tax and consulting needs.
Virtually paperless, secure online access and consistently outstanding service!!
Severance pay for laid-off workers isn't subject to social security taxes, according to a recent District Court decision (U.S.v.Quality Stores, Inc.).
If you paid severance pay to laid-off workers dating back to 2006, you should consider filing a protective refund claim for taxes paid.
We'll help you determine whether you qualify for the refund and tell you all you need to know to file a refund claim.
March 2010 (updated June 2010)
Click here for an overview of the key tax changes affecting business in the recently enacted Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act.
Click here for a recent update on the HIRE Act.
Please call our office for details on how the new changes may affect your specific business.
People who give to charities providing earthquake relief in Haiti can claim these donations on the tax return they are completing this season.
Taxpayers who itemize deductions on their 2009 return qualify for this special tax relief provision, enacted January 22, 2010. Only cash contributions made to these charities after January 11, 2010 and before March 1, 2010 are eligible. This includes contributions made by text message, check, credit card or debit card.
Taxpayers have the option of deducting these contributions on either their 2009 or 2010 returns, but not both.
Jilliann C. Klooster has been promoted to a shareholder at the firm. Jill has been an associate with KITCHENMASTER & COMPANY, CPAs for the past five years, concentrating her practice in tax return and financial statement preparation, tax planning, accounting and business consulting.
To arrange an appointment, please call 507-625-4910 or