Bloch, Rothman & Associates

Denver's leader in tax preparation and tax resolution issues


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Bloch, Rothman and Associates was established in 1983 as one of Denver's most reputable and trustworthy accounting firms.

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Tax Resolutions

Dealing with a tax issue can be overwhelming. Bloch Rothman is your Denver accountant for disputes with the IRS.

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Bloch, Rothman and Associates is your Denver accountant and bookkeeping service. Call our experts today for assistance.

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Bloch Rothman is Denver’s leader in tax preparation and tax resolution issues. Our experienced accountants will get you back on track with the IRS. As Denver’s top accounting firm, we also provide payroll services and general accounting for you or your business. Bloch Rothman also serves Aurora for general accounting services. Dealing with IRS can be extremely stressful. Whether its getting your tax returns filed on time or negotiating past tax debt, Bloch Rothman will restore your peace of mind. Most importantly, our staff treats each client with the utmost accuracy and personal attention. Bloch Rothman, the number one accounting firm in Denver

Our Denver accountants are seasoned experts in all accounting areas. We carry an A+ rating for our services with the Better Business Bureau, and enjoy a local reputation as a leader in the Denver and Aurora accounting fields. We provide accounting services in Denver and Aurora to a variety of industries and work with individuals, joint ventures, non-profit organizations, small businesses, and large corporations alike.

We utilize the very best and latest software versions, so you can be sure to receive accurate and timely reports and statements. As an added bonus, we offer expert guidance that will help you master the financial aspects of your business. To those who choose us as their Denver accountants, we pledge to take care of all of your financial needs including payroll services, personal tax preparation, tax planning, tax litigation, property, business taxes and more. Our meticulous approach to accounting and taxation is an excellent value for any Denver business. Our team of trusted professionals have been serving the Denver and Aurora area for almost thirty years. When it comes to financial needs such as accounting and tax preparations at the lowest prices, we can work with almost any budget. For a FREE initial consultation, contact us at 303-321-7160 or browse our full site for more information.

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Married Filing Jointly vs. Separately Explained by Your Denver Tax Specialist


February 15, 2017

As April 15th approaches, many questions about filing taxes arise especially if you are newly married. During tax season, one of the go-to ways married couples file their taxes is jointly. However, this is not always the case. Sometimes there are circumstances where filing separately may be the preferred option by the couple for reasons outlined below. Learn more about filing jointly or filing separately, the circumstances that surround filing taxes separately and the pros and cons from your local Denver tax specialist.

Can Married Couples File Separately?

Of course, married couples can file their taxes separately. They have the option to file jointly or separately when filing their taxes. Filing together allows couples the opportunity to get the biggest tax return. Couples may also qualify for multiple tax credits  But, in certain circumstances, filing a tax return separately is a preferred option by some couples. When doing this, you will still have to note on your taxes that you are married. However, you will note in your return that you are filing separately.

Circumstances When Filing Your Taxes

One of the main reasons a married couple decides to file separately is so they are not responsible for each other’s tax returns. If one individual in the couple has circumstances occur that the other does not want to be associated or affiliated with these circumstances, the option to file separately is an option. For others, if one part of the couple in the relationship will owe money to the government, they can file separately so the other person does not lose their tax return and owe money to the government. This could include situations such as government loans that have gone unpaid. Another reason a couple may want to file separately is due to divorce. According to Investopedia’s married filing separately article, if two taxpayers divorce within the year, according to law they have to file separately.

Pros and Cons

When a married couple files a tax return separately or jointly, there are a few items you will not be able to claim. First, only one spouse can itemize deductions, while the other will not be able to because you can’t count a deduction twice. However, if one of the two in the marriage makes a significantly larger amount of money than the other person, there is a pro of filing a tax return separately. In most cases, filing together provides the best tax benefits, especially if the couple is in two different income ranges.  

With tax season in full swing, be sure that you are preparing to file your 2017 Denver tax return. If you are in need of any help along the way, especially if you have questions about filing jointly or separately, Bloch, Rothman and Associates can help! As your top tax specialist, we provide quality service and will help you file your return the way that works out best for your family. Contact Bloch, Rothman and Associates to get started filing your tax return by filling out a free consultation form today!
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