Have Paul Dion speak at your upcoming event

discover how to save tax $$$
Paul Dion, CTC

Paul Dion CPA, CTC will come to your event and speak with real estate agents, brokers and investors and help them discover how to save thousands of tax dollars every year. They will leave with eye-opening tax tips and a free copy of Paul’s book “The Ten Most Expensive Tax Mistakes that cost Real Estate Agents Thousands”.

Here’s some info on him and his practice:
Paul operates a New England Regional CPA practice specializing in Proactive tax planning for Business owners with offices in Millbury, MA and Newport RI.

Paul has been planning and preparing returns for small business and real estate agents for more than 25 years. In his private practice, he has helped businesses recover $3,000 to $7,000 or more in overpaid taxes in a single year and has saved some businesses as much as $25,000 per year in excess tax dollars. He has earned the designation of Certified Tax Coach – one of only 500 in the US – which gives him a bit more insight into how to save you and your business from a higher-than-necessary tax bill.

He specializes in helping small businesses keep more of their hard-earned money.

Or call the office at 508-853-3292 for information.

Paul is a regular contributor to Real Estate Talk Boston at www.boston.com/retb as a power player, and provides regular articles to the New England Real Estate Journal which can be found at www.Nerej.com.

Paul has the experience and business insight to help you save tax dollars – legally.

Paul is enthusiastic about the challenge of helping clients manage their business financial matters with tax planning services and beyond. In addition to proactive tax preparation and planning, Paul continues to identify financial resources he can provide or recommend to enhance the wealth of his clients.

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