Nino Visconti

Nino Visconti
Nino Visconti, his team of professionals, and his clients joined the service team at CRR on October 22, 2018. Nino brings to CRR approximately thirty years of public accounting experience in servicing the accounting and tax needs of businesses and individuals. Prior to joining CRR, Nino co-founded and managed a local CPA firm where he serviced the accounting and tax needs of privately owned closely held businesses in various for-profit industries, not-for-profits,homeowner’s associations and individuals for over sixteen years after leaving an international accounting firm as a senior manager. Nino is also licensed to practice in the state of Florida.
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Recent Posts

Change of State Residency and Important Considerations

Clients and many taxpayers often wonder whether it might be beneficial in retirement or while still working to change their place of residency as a way to minimize their current and future state tax obligations, or as part of their long-term strategy to minimize estate taxes to a more tax-friendly state. While most states tax all or a portion of the income of their residents, certain states like Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming have no state income tax, and New Hampshire and Tennessee do not tax earned wages. These and other states may not have “state” estate and/or inheritance tax as well, making them very appealing for those looking to change their residency in the long-term. 

Economic Impact Payments Are on Their Way

The IRS and the Treasury department began issuing a second round of Economic Impact Payments last week as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act. Most individuals making up to $75,000 per year will receive a direct payment of $600; married couples making up to $150,000 per year will receive $1,200; and eligible individuals with children will receive $600 for each qualifying child dependent. Dependents who are 17 and older are not eligible for the child payment.

Unemployment Benefits Fraud: What to Be on the Lookout For and 7 Steps to Prevent Further Fraudulent Activity

Identity theft has become increasingly common over the last several years, and with more people collecting unemployment benefits than ever before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a sharp increase in unemployment benefits fraud among our clients.