Andrew Schwartz

Andrew D. Schwartz, CPA, has developed the knack for writing easy-to-understand articles about tax and financial planning issues. Since graduating cum laude from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1987, Andrew has been working in public accounting. In 1990, he formed the CPA firm Schwartz & Schwartz, P.C., which specializes in the tax and financial planning issues applicable to young professionals. In addition to meeting with hundreds of clients each year, Andrew's responsibilities include writing all of his firm's tax and financial planning newsletters and maintaining his firm's nationally recognized website, www.mdtaxes.com. Andrew is also one of the writers for Mostad & Christensen, a marketing company that publishes newsletters and articles for CPA firms.

  1. Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Keep
    Savings

    Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Keep

    Start the year off right by evaluating your financial health and setting impactful and achievable goals.
  2. Clearing Up Tax Confusion For College Savings Accounts
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    Clearing Up Tax Confusion For College Savings Accounts

    Put your kids through school without being hounded by the tax man.
  3. Get A 6-Month Tax Extension
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    Get A 6-Month Tax Extension

    Discover how to get some extra time from the IRS, without paying for the privilege.
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    A "Kiddie Tax" Overview For Parents

    Understanding how children are taxed is very important when it comes to saving for their college education.
  5. How To Cut Your Alternative Minimum Tax
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    How To Cut Your Alternative Minimum Tax

    Save yourself money by lowering the amount of tax you owe.
  6. Cut Your Tax Bill
    Retirement

    Cut Your Tax Bill

    Paying your bills early or giving an extra donation now can help you come tax time.
  7. Non-Cash Contribution Rules Could Cut Returns
    Retirement

    Non-Cash Contribution Rules Could Cut Returns

    Higher standards for certain contributions could mean smaller deductions for you.