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John Gagliardi

“Since 1975 BAS has been there for my family and I both in business as well as personally.  I used to do the accounting myself, but we grew too big. Lee and Scott convinced me I can make more money focusing on my business than doing the books….. They were correct !!!!!!!”

John Gagliardi

Marlene's Dress Shop, Collingswood, NJ
James Woodworth & Patty Woodworth

“One of the best things about BAS is the “flat fee concept.” Knowing the annual payroll, accounting and tax preparation fee in advance allows us to control our cash flow. BAS offers unlimited accounting and tax advice, better planning and most of all…no surprise additional bills.”

James Woodworth & Patty Woodworth

Action Wheels Inc., Wenonah, NJ
Jim Liscio & Chad Vilotti

“Having BAS working for us is like having a full-time,  in house accounting department to compliment and confirm our staff’s results at a fraction of the cost. They provide us with monthly income statements so we know exactly where we stand in real time, helping us to create effective planning.”

Jim Liscio & Chad Vilotti

Liscio’s Italian Bakery, Inc.

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L. Scott Elwell
MST, EA, ATA, ATP
Vice President

Save Those Receipts and Documentation!
Save Those Receipts and Documentation!

When it comes to taking qualified deductions on your Federal Tax return three things must happen. First, you must recognize that an expense might be deductible on your tax return. Second, you must keep a record of the expense in an organized fashion. Third, you must have the proper (and timely) documentation to support your deduction. While this may seem…