Accounting Strategies, Tax Tips & FAQs

At CMJ, we have a commitment to our clients. Our certified public accountants have been providing unparalleled customer service to individuals and business owners from Albany to Plattsburgh NY since 1988. Our client resources provide tips and tools for easy financial management:

  • Client Portal – Upload attachments, store documents, and connect with your accountant with our user-friendly portal.
  • FAQ – We have the answers to the most common accounting questions.
  • News – Stay up to date on the latest news regarding the economy, taxes, and regulations.

CMJ Launches New Website

CMJ is proud to announce the launch of our new and improved website. In 2018, we partnered with Mannix Marketing to revamp our website to make it more informative and accessible for website visitors and clients. In 2019, we’re happy to debut our new website in time for our firm’s 30th Anniversary. Whether you’re an…
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CMJ, LLP Achieves Highest Peer Review

Paul Curtis, CPA, CVA, CM&AA, and Bill Jeffreys, CPA, CVA, partners in the Certified Public Accounting Firm of CMJ, LLP, are pleased to announce the firm has successfully completed an independent peer review of its accounting and auditing practice. The reviewer concluded that the firm’s system of quality control for the accounting and auditing practice…
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Corlew Promoted to Tax Supervisor

The Certified Public Accounting firm CMJ, LLP announces the promotion of Sean Corlew to Tax Supervisor. Corlew joined CMJ in 2005. He received MS and BS degrees in Accounting from The College of St. Rose. His responsibilities include supervision and preparation of complex tax returns, tax research and planning projects, tax compliance services, and assists…
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Carissa Conley attends the 77th Institute on Federal Taxation

Carissa Conley, CPA, Senior Tax Manager at CMJ, LLP, recently attended the 77th Institute on Federal Taxation offered by NYU’s School of Professional Studies in New York City. The Institute on Federal Taxation (IFT) is designed for the practitioner who must frequently anticipate and handle federal tax matters. Presentations cover the most advanced tax issues,…
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To Be (A ‘C’) Or Not To Be

Saratoga Business Journal, January 2019 With the newly lowered corporate tax rate, many pass-through businesses are wondering if they should now convert to a C Corporation. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) reduced the corporate tax rate from a maximum of 35 percent to a flat rate of 21 percent and eliminated the corporate…
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