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Record Keeping Reminder

It’s already October and before long it will be tax season. Below are some tips to help you have your records in order for this year’s taxes and beyond.

1. In most cases, the IRS does …

Small Business FAQs


Question:   If I, a sole proprietor, pay personal expenses out of my business bank account, should I count the money used as part of my income? Can I write these expenses off?


You would include …

TIP: Financially Distressed Taxpayers

If you are facing financial difficulties and struggling to meet your tax obligations the IRS can help. As the tax filing season begins, in addition to new credits, deductions and exclusions, the IRS is taking …

Upcoming Tax Deadlines

Monday, October 31, 2011

Employers – Social security, Medicare, and withheld income tax. File Form 941 for the third quarter of 2011. Deposit or pay any undeposited tax under the accuracy of deposit rules. If your tax …

Meet Our Team

Frank A. Bove

Frank Bove is the partner in charge of the auditing and financial services departments at Dinowitz & Bove. Frank has over 25 years experience in financial statement auditing and tax preparation. He has also contributed to business plan designs for all size businesses with special attention paid to operations and tax efficiency.

Frank has experience in a variety of industries including, but not limited to, Real Estate, Manufacturing, Apparel, Service Providers, Technology and the Not for Profit Sectors. Frank’s commitment to his client’s has repeatedly been the source of growth in the firms client base.

Mr. Bove is a Licensed CPA and worked for a major accounting firm before co-founding Dinowitz and Bove in 1995. He earned his degree in Accounting in 1989 from Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, New York.

Jay M. Dinowitz

Jay Dinowitz, CPA earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting in 1980 from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and his law degree from Duke University in 1983. Mr. Dinowitz, who specializes in Taxation, spent 7 years in the Corporate Tax Department of Richard A. Eisner & Company LLP, and has lectured on Income Tax and Financial Accounting at Baruch College. He has published articles on Federal and New York State Taxation in The Journal of the New York State Bar Association and The Printing News.

Alex P. Lai

Alex P, Lai is a CPA with over 15 years experience in accounting. Alex specializes in non-for-profit organizations and also provides businesses and individuals with accounting, tax and advisory services. Alex is also a Certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA). He earned his degree in Accounting in 1998 from Baruch College, New York, New York. and is a Manager of the auditing and financial services departments of Dinowitz & Bove, CPA, PC.

Steven Sahni

Steve Sahni, a Certified Public Accountant, has over 35 years of varied experience as a Public Accountant, Tax Practitioner, Finance manager and a financial consultant with repeated success in diverse industries. A solid track record in International and US Taxation, financial management, increasing profits/reducing costs, human resource management, system design and team building.

Steve’s comprehensive strategic tax planning experience includes partnerships, S corporations, closely held entities and individuals. In addition, he has served multinational companies focusing on technology, as well as manufacturing & distribution sectors. His expertise includes compliance, consulting and tax guidance. Steve also has significant experience advising entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals on tax strategies to assist in minimizing tax exposure. He has extensive experience in dealing with US tax exposure for Overseas entities operating in the US and US taxpayers living overseas.

Mr. Sahni is a licensed CPA and possesses a Masters in Business Administration from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to the US he was a licensed Chartered Accountant from India.