• COOPER, MOSS, RESNICK, KLEIN & CO
    Certified Public Accountants
    15165 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 330
    Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
  • Phone: (818) 728-9868
    Fax: (818) 728-9822
    Email us here.
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Tax Due Dates Are Changing

We moved to our new location on August 1st and have been settling in nicely. It has been a pleasure to see so many of our clients and business associates stop by to check out the new space. Our new address is: 15165 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 330 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 If you have not […]

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CHANGE OF ADDRESS, PHONE + FAX NUMBER

We are pleased to announce the relocation of our office, to the Bank of the West building.  New address, phone and fax numbers will be in effect Monday, August 1, 2016. Our new address will be: Cooper Moss Resnick Klein & Co., LLP 15165 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 330 Sherman Oaks, CA  91403 New office number: (818) […]

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2015 Year-End Tax Planning Letter

To Our Clients and Friends: Year-end planning will be challenging again this year. Unless Congress acts, a number of popular deductions and credits that expired at the end of 2014 won’t be available for 2015. Deductions not available this year include, for example, the election to deduct state and local sales taxes instead of state […]

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New Website for Cooper Moss Resnick Klein & Co, CPAs

We are proud to announce the launch of our new “CMRK” website! The new site features a modern, streamlined design for easy navigation and is compatible with all mobile devices. It also includes: • Updated partner profiles with photographs • Tax and financial services offered • News blog • Client portal for convenient, secure document […]

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President signs Highway Bill revising return due dates, making other compliance change

President Obama signed the Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015 on July 31. The Act revises some important return due dates, overrules a Supreme Court tax decision, revises the employer shared responsibility requirements in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and includes other tax compliance measures. Although the highway and transportation […]

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Busy tax agenda awaits Congress’ return after August recess

Congress returns to work in September with a full agenda of tax legislation. Lawmakers will search for revenue to pay for a long-term federal highway and transportation bill, debate the fate of popular but temporary tax breaks, and decide on a funding level for the IRS. As passage of the Surface Transportation Act in late […]

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Developments continue to impact the mortgage interest deduction

The mortgage interest deduction is widely used by the majority of individuals who itemize their deductions. In fact, the size of the average mortgage interest deduction alone persuades many taxpayers to itemize their deductions. It is not without cause, therefore, that two recent developments impacting the mortgage interest deserve being highlighted. These developments involve new […]

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Lawmakers hear from small businesses about tax complexity, compliance

Small business tax reform was the topic of two Congressional hearings in July. House and Senate lawmakers heard from small business owners and leaders in the tax and accounting area about concerns over tax complexity, compliance, and penalties. After the hearings, the chair of the Senate Small Business Committee said that he is moving forward […]

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Preliminary filing season stats show successes and challenges for IRS

Preliminary information from the 2015 filing season shows a mixed bag of success and failures for the IRS. The IRS successfully processed returns and issued refunds, taking into account new requirements under the Affordable Care Act. At the same time, taxpayers experienced significant difficulties in contacting the IRS and tax-related identity theft increased compared to […]

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Tax extenders take first steps to passage before Congress breaks for August recess

Just before Congress recessed for its August break, a package of tax extenders was approved by the Senate Finance Committee (SFC). The House and Senate both struggled to find ways to pay for a multi-year federal highway and transportation spending bill, and disagreed over the extent of cuts to the IRS’s fiscal year (FY) 2015 […]

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