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Ask Me (Almost) Anything: Tax Tips for Early Birds

Bobby Grohs CPAWant to get a head start on your taxes rather than wait until the last minute?

It’s a good decision — by getting started now can avoid some headaches as the April 15 IRS tax filing deadline approaches.

For those early birds out there, local tax guru Bobby Grohs is back to dispense free tax-related advice.

A Certified Public Accountant and University of Maryland grad, Grohs started Arlington-based Tax Matters LLC in 1998. He specializes in “comprehensive tax and consulting services for clients ranging from individual taxpayers, small businesses and nonprofits located throughout the greater Washington metropolitan area.”

Grohs will be answering you questions in the comment section until 3:00 p.m. If you’d like to reach him after the discussion is over, head to the Tax Matters website, email [email protected] or call 703-593-7391.

Please note that Mr. Grohs may not be able to answer every question asked.

Also, please note that in addition to our normal comment policy, we ask that questions and comments be of a civil tone. We welcome tough questions and critical comments, but anything of a mean-spirited nature will be removed.

The views and opinions expressed in the comments are those of their respective authors and not necessarily those of ARLnow.com.

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