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  • accounting degree
    Georgia State University
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Welcome to the Georgia Association of Enrolled Agents, 19 July 2015 [cached]
Treasurer: Merry Brodie, EA
Finance & Budget: Merry Brodie, EA
Officers and Directors - Georgia Association of Enrolled Agents, 29 May 2006 [cached]
Director: Merry E. Brodie, EA, (
Written by Bill Nemeth and Merry ... [cached]
Written by Bill Nemeth and Merry Brodie on February 27, 2013 in Small Business |
Bill Nemeth and Merry Brodie are both Enrolled Agents and the founding partners and owners of Tax Audit Guardian, an Atlanta-based group of professionals who specialize in assisting troubled taxpayers.
Additionally, Brodie works with small businesses as owner of Brodie Accounting Services and Nemeth is active in education and membership arms of the Georgia Association of Enrolled Agents.
They are at the point where ..., 11 Nov 2013 [cached]
They are at the point where they are making up tax laws for the year that has passed," said Merry Brodie, an enrolled agent with Atlanta-based Brodie Accounting Services, which helps individuals and small businesses with tax planning and filing.
With taxes as a moving target, preparation is all about planning. Here are some things Brodie says taxpayers can do right now to get ready for what's ahead and possibly save money.
-Get organized. Start gathering receipts and other items needed to support your 2013 returns, Brodie said. Day care receipts, health expenses and pay stubs all act as supporting documents for your returns.
-Review the past. Sit with your old tax returns and current pay stubs and do an estimated tax return for 2013. If you can't do it yourself, spend about $50 to have a professional do it for you, Brodie said. The objective is to get an early idea of your tax liability so you can make proper adjustments.
-Spend money to save money. "Everybody wants to save money on taxes and it takes money to save money," Brodie said.
But be warned: A few $25 donations and a couple of Goodwill receipts are probably not going to help you much, Brodie said.
-Know the law and act accordingly. It helps to be aware of tax law changes in any given year, Brodie said.
There is nothing wrong with doing your own taxes, Brodie said, but every three years it's a good idea to have an enrolled agent - a professional qualified to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service - complete or review your work.
IAHJF Board of Directors, 3 Nov 2009 [cached]
Merry Brodie Secretary Region 5: GA SC TN, northern AL and MS 2040 Beaver Ruin Rd., Ste 6, Norcross GA 30071 770-446-6644 (o) 770-446-5979 (f)
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