2013 Best Accounting Firm to Work For
Thompson & Associates, P.C. Merges Into Santos, Postal & Company, P.C.
North Potomac Speech Pathologist Wins MCPS Honors of Speech and Language Services
American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012
The Credit Thaw
Eight Ways to Avoid a Cash Crunch
Just about everyone is facing a cash crunch, and that can mean a big blow to a small business's bottom line.
Even in Downturn, a Brave Few are Taking the Plunge
More Bang for the Buck
Guide to Charitable Giving
The benefits of charitable giving include personal fulfillment along with tax savings. While you are being generous, it is also important to develop your giving strategy.
Leaders You Need to Know
The Gazette of Politics and Business
SantosPostal Grows Their Business with a Clear Focus and a Broad Reach
Santos, Postal & Company, PC (SantosPostal) is clear: SantosPostal focuses on providing accounting and tax services. It is their core competency and has been for the past 35 years.
Santos, Postal & Company, P.C. Announces Merger with Armacost & Orsborne, LLP
Santos Postal & Company, P.C. (SantosPostal) is pleased to announce its recent merger with Armacost & Orsborne, LLP.
Santos, Postal & Company, P.C. Becomes Member Firm of MGI
Santos, Postal & Company, P.C. is a member firm of MGI, an international alliance of independent auditing, accounting and consulting firms.
Banking and Finance: Accountants Cite Labor Shortage as Key Issue
Area accountants and financial advisors cite a range of issues impacting local businesses these days from pending changes to immigration law to rising gas prices and interest rates.
Taxes—Fact or Fiction?
By CHARLES B. POSTAL, CPA, Santos, Postal & Company, P.C., PC
We Can Help You
Washington Business Journal
Santos, Postal & Company, P.C. and MGI—The Best of All Worlds
Charles Postal, CPA joins professionals from across the world at the MGI meeting held in July 2007 in Vienna, Austria.
Ten Tax Smart Ways to Compensate Key Employees
I’m sure you’re well aware of the importance of retaining and rewarding key people in your firm. Market salaries and profit sharing bonuses are a great start, but as tax rates creep higher, there are other tax efficient ways to reward your executives.
Legal Review: Taxes and Accounting
Business Gazette, Rockville