The Green Group, a leading accounting, tax, consulting and advisory firm based out of Woodbridge, NJ, announced that the firm was included in the NJBIZ Top 250 Privately Held Companies List. This list identifies companies as a key indicator of business growth and is based on revenue, growth, and employee count. NJBIZ is New Jersey’s leading business journal that annually gives out this accolade.
We are fortunate to work under the leadership of Leonard C. Green who continuously implores us to give back. Give our blog post on NJCPA's website a read to see the latest from our Green Group Cares Inititiave
Findings have shown a vast majority of entrepreneurs significantly overpay their taxes due to simple mistakes that can cost them dearly. Without a good understanding of the laws, it is easy to overlook many of the deductions available to you and your business.
The first step in saving taxes starts by merely keeping an organized record of your yearly expenses and purchases. The second step is working with a professional who can inform you of the multitude of deductions you are missing out on.
The Green Group is proud to announce that our Founder & Chairman, Len Green, was featured in a recent Forbes article for his business advice!
And what perfect timing it is, as we celebrate 45 years of serving our clients!
It is a true honor to work for and learn from a man who has provided so much value to the lives of hardworking entrepreneurs all around the world!
Learn more about Len's business advice by using the link below to access the article.
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Happy Valentine's Day to All! Here at The Green Group cupid came to visit with some morning treats!
Here are some other fun facts for you this Valentine's Day! We hope you enjoy!
Physicians of the 1800s commonly advised patients to eat chocolate to calm their pining for lost love
Richard Cadbury produced the first box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day in the late 1800s