November 9, 2012
New York, NY (RPRN) 11/09/12 — Peter Renzulli, Financial Services Expert, Available To Discuss And Comment On Assistance Available To NJ Small Businesses
BookKeepers 2 Go, a New Jersey based financial services company, will provide free assistance to small and local businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy, it was announced today by company President and Founder, Peter Renzulli. In addition to bookkeeping, accounting, tax and other financial services, BookKeepers 2 Go will provide no-cost assistance with the filing of federal, state and local grants and loans that have become available through The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), New Jersey Economic Development Authority and New Jersey Business Action Center.
Renzulli commented, “It’s been inspiring to see the community come together and contribute in so many ways in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Our expertise is assisting small businesses and we’re proud to offer our services to help affected businesses get on their feet again and to ensure they don’t fall behind on important tax and reporting requirements.”
Businesses interested in using this free service should call 888-356-8023 for a free and no obligation consultation.
Bookkeepers 2 Go, LLC was founded in 2001 by Renzulli to provide the highest quality accounting and tax compliance services to the small business owner. Over the past 25 years, he has helped over 5,000 businesses with their accounting, bookkeeping and tax needs. A frequent contributor to CNN’s Headline News, Renzulli teaches accounting at Rutgers University and has been a guest speaker at Montclair University on marketing and branding.
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