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WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

Always a great outcome

Professional service always .. Always a great outcome. Rodney always wiling to explain calmly ….

Maria Altamirano

Always gets me the largest return possible

Ross has been doing my taxes for well over 5 years now. Always gets me the largest return possible. And the one time I had an issue with the IRS because of an over site on my part because of missed place mail Ross took care of the issue and got me more money. Honest and to the point will never guide you in the wrong direction.

Eran Fukumoto

Super knowledgeable

It is a pleasure to have Rodney process my tax returns – he is super knowledgeable and works to get you the most return as possible. Both Rodney & Dorothy are super nice people, and I wish them all the best!

Cindy Montgomery

Mr. Ross is by far the best

I have had the peace of mind that no money cannot buy since coming to Ross & Associates. Not only is he knowledgeable, but he has integrity. Mr. Ross has my best interest in mind as he does for all his clients. The office communication and follow ups are dealt with promptly by Mrs. Ross. I have used multiple tax preparer in the past one being H&R and I can say Mr. Ross is by far the best.

Thank you again and see you next year!

Catalina De Anda

High regards for Ross & Associates

Ross & Associates are well versed in tax criteria. I have been with Ross & Associates for the last 5 years and with every year I have had a fair return and a splendid time going through the process. Their office work space is well organized and their people skills are commendable. I personally have high regards for Ross & Associates. If anyone is looking for a place to get taxes take care of, look them up.

Justin Serrano

Great job

Ross and Associates have done nothing but a great job for us. Always very professional, friendly and helpful.

Edith Alvarez

Ready to come in for an appointment?

Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at (626) 357-9703 or email us we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!

My Sierra Madre Small Business Health Quiz (Part 1)

Last week, when I wrote my message to our Sierra Madre business clients, the biggest news was the second round of the PPP, and that expenses covered under the first round of it would be tax deductible.Has anything happened since then?Goodness, even just the "mere"...

Provisions of the Second Coronavirus Relief Bill That Affect Sierra Madre Small Businesses

Wow, does it ever feel good to have turned the page on 2020. This first "working week" is when I finally began to feel the newness of it all.Yes, it's "just a date" on a Gregorian calendar, but ...2021 holds great promise for our Los Angeles County business clients....

Ultra Last Minute Tax Moves for Sierra Madre Businesses

It's going to take us many weeks to digest everything in this massive omnibus of a relief bill that the President signed on Sunday night.And with year-end barrelling at us (2021 is on FRIDAY), it's unlikely that we will be able to make substantive action on your...

Rodney Ross’ Annual Holiday Prayer

Well, Congress seems to have heard the cries of the huddled masses of SMB's around the country, and more PPP funding is (seemingly) on the way.Details aren't finalized yet as of this writing, so I will have more to say on these matters in future weeks.Even these early...

Ross’ Guide To Getting Tasks Done

Maybe I'm writing this today because we're very much feeling the end-of-year crunch here at Team Ross & Associates Accountancy Corp.Really, we only have a few business days left before 2020 is in the rearview. Yes, my heart wants that to happen YESTERDAY, but my...

Delayed Gratification: Staying Focused to Get Ahead (Later) in Sierra Madre

For sports fans, that was quite a run last week. The NHL crowned its champion (and the nation's capital seemed like it was one massive street party for the weekend), the rest of the NBA conceded to the Golden State Warriors, and we witnessed another Triple Crown in...

Focus Training For Folks In Sierra Madre

Now that we're into June, it really does feel like summer is here. The air conditioning kicks in, the days are hotter ... and, if you're like me, "focus" becomes something I have to set myself towards. It doesn't just "happen" -- especially when the days are hot. It...

Instilling Financial Literacy For Kids In Sierra Madre

Memorial Day weekend can often feel a little disjointed. There we are with our burgers, our pools, our picnics -- all while we are supposedly remembering the sacrifice of so many thousands who laid down their lives in the line of duty for this country, and for the...

How To Manage Money For Sierra Madre Millennials

I'll tell you what... The month of May is beginning to look a lot like December. Definitely not because it's cold out there, but with so much "end of school year" stuff happening these days, from graduation parties (ranging from pre-k "graduations" all the way up...

Rodney Ross’s Three Tips For Resisting Financial Process Automation

Did you see Google's demonstration of their new virtual assistant technology, Duplex, last week? If you did, like me, probably you were both amazed ... and a little bit terrified of the implications. Essentially, Google is close to figuring out how to make it so that...