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José F. Padró, CPA, CTRS
José F. Padró has over 25 years of public accounting experience having practiced in small, mid-size and large accounting firm environments. José has a broad range of experience in taxation, financial reporting and management consulting. His services include tax planning and preparation for individuals, partnerships, corporations, trusts and estates both foreign and domestic . José offers comprehensive services including IRS tax disputes and collection matters.
Mr. Padró is also a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist. The Certified Tax Resolution Specialist designation is awarded to individuals who have met the educational, experience, and examination requirements prescribed by ASTPS. The CTRS designation is restricted to Enrolled Agent, CPA or Attorney ASTPS Members in good standing, who has proven expertise to resolve a wide range of tax problems.
Mr. Padró considers himself a businessman that happens to be in the accounting profession. Businessman first and accountant second, has been the ingredient to the firm success in helping business achieve their goals, certainly quite different of the traditional bean counter reputation of the accounting profession.
In Small and medium size businesses the knowledge of Income Taxes is of utmost importance to taxpayer and having a "PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANT"; assisting you on your day to day activities or assisting you in planning and developing your business knowledge into other business ventures as the need arises.
Roberto Rivas, CPA, CGMA
Assisting clients in meeting their tax responsibilities and making sure they do not pay any more taxes than what they legally have to.
I have been a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for 31 years and I have been in the accounting field since 1981. I also hold the designation of Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) since it was first established by the AICPA in 2012.
Recently, I have joined the firm of Padro & Company, P.A. as a tax principal. Jose F. Padro, CPA, the managing shareholder of the firm and I have a very similar philosophy when it comes to managing a tax practice and dealing with clients and colleagues. We have represented clients successfully through complex IRS audits.
I joined the Internal Revenue Service as an Internal Revenue Agent in 1984, after having worked in public accounting for 3 years and have recently retired from the IRS after 33 years of service. I have vast experience in the inner workings of the IRS and how it conducts its audits and tax enforcement. I spent the first 20 years working as a field agent (auditor) for what is now known as the Small Business Self Employed Division (SBSE) of the IRS. During my years with SBSE, I became a Healthcare Segment specialist, a computer resource person, and on-the- job instructor and also a VITA instructor.
The remaining 13 years with the IRS I worked as a field agent in the Large Business & International Division (LB&I). My experience with the IRS covers many industries, domestic and international issues, highly complex tax issues dealing with consolidated returns and multinational companies, and extensive and in-depth tax research experience. I also worked numerous Estate and Trust cases and had substantial interaction with the Appeals Division, the Office of Chief Counsel of the IRS and the Criminal Investigation Division (CID). Additionally, I was an elected official and served as treasurer of the local chapter for the National Treasury Employee Union (NTEU) for a number of years and served as a union steward in the application of federal labor laws.
I started my college education at Montclair State University, in Upper Montclair, NJ in 1976. Since my family decided to move to Florida, I continued my college education at Miami-Dade College, where I earned my A.A. Degree in 1979. Then, I continued my education at Florida International University and Barry University, where I earned my B.S. Degree in accounting in 1983. I passed the CPA exam and became a CPA in 1986. During that same year, I became a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA). Subsequently, I also joined the Cuban American CPA Association and served as a board member for 5 years.