About Us

Welcome to Account Tek Inc

About Our Company

Account Tek Inc is a professional accounting firm that provides professional and accounting services to the general public. Our personnel are all well educated professionals, highly trained, and motivated individuals who are always glad to assist our customers. Clients are our most valuable assets. We are always looking forward to improve our services to please our customers. We use innovative systems and most updated technology in order to be more efficient in accommodating our clientele.

Some of our traditional services include Income Tax Preparation, Business Registration, Consulting, Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Payroll.

Account Tek was founded by husband and wife, Giovanny M. Alba and Rosanna C. Reyes. Giovanny M. Alba is the CEO and president of Account Tek.

Giovanny started doing public accounting since 1997. Prior to Account Tek, he worked as an Accountant with a multi-million dollar corporation for a period of six (6) year, where he acquired most of his expertise in accounting. He helped the company expand from two (2) locations to five (5). The Corporation was an industry-leading consultant company with offices in Pennsylvania, Boston, Chicago, New Jersey and Puerto Rico. Giovanny holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration Specialized in Accounting from Berkley College. Rosanna C Reyes is Vice-President of Account Tek, Inc. Under Rosanna’s leadership, Account Tek has built an outstanding reputation amongst the public. Rosanna holds a Bachelor degree from Rutgers University.

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Frequently Asks Questions

If you are a small business owner or entrepreneur, an accounting firm can help you focus on your core constituencies without worrying about financial minutia. Below are some frequently asked questins to help you.

First, don’t panic! Your required action will depend on the type of mistake you made.

  1. If you forgot to include a certain piece of information, it’s likely that the IRS will contact you to request the specific piece of information.
  2. If you made a mistake in your calculations, many small mathematical errors will be discovered as the IRS processes the return. It’s unlikely that you will have to correct errors of a small caliber.
  3. If you forgot to report some of your income or if you forgot to claim a credit or deduction, you will need to file an amended tax return using a 1040X Form. These forms can be found on the IRS website.

If you have further questions or concerns about an error on your tax return, or if you need help filing an amended tax return, feel free to contact us.

The IRS gives a number of different guidelines for keeping financial information, and this information varies depending on whether you are an individual or a businesses.

General rules for individuals

  1. Keep bank statements for 1 year
  2. Keep loan documents, credit card statements, and other contacts until fulfilled
  3. Keep annual investment statements until sold
  4. Keep tax records for 7 years from filing date
  5. Keep receipts for large purchases, real estate deeds, vehicle titles for as long as you own the property
  6. You can general discard expired warranties, pay stubs, and cancelled checks

General rules for small businesses and entrepreneurs

  1. The rule of thumb is to keep all items for at least 3 years
  2. If you have not yet paid taxes on income that you should report, keep documents for 6 years
  3. If you claim a credit or refund after you file a return, keep records for 3 years from the date you filed the return
  4. If you file a claim for securities or bad debt deduction, keep records for 7 years
  5. Keep all employment records for 4 years from the date that the tax is paid

First of all, stay calm. If you can’t pay the full amount due, you should still file your return and pay what you can by your deadline to avoid interest and penalties. Then you should contact the IRS to discuss payment options. In some cases, the IRS can offer a short-term extension to pay, an payment installation agreement, or waive your penalties.

All CPAs are accountants, but not all accountants are CPAs. Accountants monitor the finances of an individual or a business, issue financial statements, and keep records.

The CPA title demonstrates that the accountant in question has sufficient education and experiences and has passed their Uniform CPA Exam. CPAs are also regulated by the state and have to complete continuing education to keep up with changing accounting trends and developments.