Doug Zandstra is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner and Enrolled Agent with offices located at 29 Pearl St, NW, Suite 225 Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
We specialize in accounting and tax preparation for small to medium size businesses and individual income tax preparation.
We also do project work such as :
- New Business Startup Tax Filings and Elections.
- IRS Negotiations and Representations
- Back Tax Returns Catchup
- Income Reconstruction for Divorce and Child Support
Professional Speaking Engagements Include:
- The Fraud Triangle – The Fraud Octagon
- Embezzlement Recovery Techniques
- Payroll for Beginners
- Advanced Peachtree Accounting
- Accounting 101
- Maximizing the Domestic Production Activities Credit
What we do differently is that we are paperless or “green”. This is a tremendous benefit to our clients. All income tax documents, such as W-2’s etc.. are stored securely at our line site, thus our clients have 24/7 access to their tax returns and tax documents, – anytime and anywhere.
The savings in paper, filing and file cabinets is tremendous, this translates into reduced costs for tax preparation. This also has the added benefit of keeping our firm highly organized and efficient.
My accounting career began in 1992, as a graduate of Calvin College, with A CPA license, and an Enrolled Agent license.
I am an avid runner – running 2 – 3 miles every day.
Single with 2 grown sons and grew up in Grand Rapids.
I used to have a sideline catering business roasting pigs for weddings and graduation parties, as well as winning a few awards at the State of Michigan Barbecue competitions.
I like to play racquetball, garden, and travel.
In the summer, if it is nice out, I can be found at the beach. Being self-employed does have a couple of advantages.
Also, I volunteer at the local hispanic center assisting with resolving tax problems and immigration issues. If you do not think that you can afford our services, sign up for a free appointment at <<Roosevelt Park Ministries>> verme Martes desde 5 hasta 9 durante la temporada de impuestos.