About Us

Since 1974 Camputaro & Associates, PA has been providing financial guidance to local individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Our emphasis on high quality work and performance has allowed us to grow by obtaining new clients through our reputation and keeping existing clients by being responsive to their requests. 


We are members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) and the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce. Our staff is actively involved in the community through various local and charitable organizations and events.

We take part in the peer review process sponsored by the AICPA and the FICPA.This stringent peer review process ensures the quality of our audits, reviews and compilations. In a peer review, an outside CPA firm qualified by the AICPA randomly chooses and thoroughly reviews audits, reviews and compilations that Camputaro & Associates has performed. We have received unqualified opinions on all of our peer reviews. 
 

News & Announcements

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Dec 09, 2019

Important Changes to the Taxes on Your Alimony and Support Payments

As the year draws to a close, it’s important to start going over your tax documents and information now, so that you’re prepared for the coming tax season. But while you’re going over your own tax documents, don’t forget to familiarize yourself with any changes to tax law that may be pertinent to you. For example, did you know that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (which largely went into effect for the 2018 tax year) had another change that was implemented at the start of 2019? That change seriously impacts the way alimony and support payments are taxed, so if you make these payments to an ex, here’s what you need to know.


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Nov 11, 2019

Business in the Red? Here's How It Impacts Your Taxes

Taxpayers know that you’re expected to pay taxes on all sources of income. And, if you’re a wage earner, that aren’t too many things you have to consider beyond that fact. However, if you’re self-employed, or you’re an earning partner in a business, there’s another question you have to ask yourself: What happens if the business operates at a loss? How does this impact your taxes? This blog will give you a quick overview of how business losses are handled on tax returns. However, we strongly recommend you work with a qualified CPA to get more detailed advice on handling business losses when filing your return.


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Oct 14, 2019

4 Reasons to Plan for the Succession of Your Business Now

For large corporations, the loss of a partner in the business can be jarring, but isn’t typically life-threatening for the company. However, for small businesses—particularly family-owned businesses—the death of an owner can crumble the company entirely. If you own a small business, it’s vital that you plan for the succession of that business in the event of your death. Here are four reasons to do so right now.


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Sep 09, 2019

6 Things to Know as the Business Extension Deadline Approaches

If you filed an extension for your business tax return back in March, then your new deadline is quickly approaching. For most business owners and partners, the business extension deadline is September 16th, and if you haven’t filed your full return yet, time is running short. Here’s what you need to know as we close in on the business extension deadline.


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Aug 12, 2019

4 Differences between a CPA and a Tax Preparer—And Why You Should Use a CPA

When filing your taxes, you have a few different options. The first is to file your taxes yourself; while this may be the sensible option for those with extremely simple tax returns, if your return is more complex than a single W-2, you may want to consider working with a professional. There are generally two types of professionals to choose from for your tax preparation needs: a CPA, or a non-CPA tax preparer. Here are a few key differences between these types of tax preparation professionals.


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Jul 08, 2019

Quarterly Estimated Tax Payments: What You Should Know

The majority of Americans have taxes withheld from each paycheck they receive. Then, at the beginning of the next year, they file a tax return and either receive a refund for overpaid taxes, or submit an additional payment for underpaid taxes. However, this isn’t the process for every taxpayer in the country. Certain individuals are required to make quarterly estimated tax payments, and you may be surprised by exactly who is required to this. Here’s what you need to know about quarterly estimated taxes.


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Camputaro and Associates
Certified Public Accounting Firm
136 N. Orchard Street, Suite 8
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 255-2511