New York, May 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ( -- Attendees at the New York Small Business Expo on Thursday, May 16, will get a special gift from a free one on one tax consultation with a tax expert who specializes in helping small business owners keep more of the money they earn.  Visitors to the booth (#58 -- next to the ABC TV series "Shark Tank") can sign up for their free consultation after the Expo. is a national accounting firm specializing in providing efficient and affordable accounting services to small businesses. The free one-on-one tax consultations in the newly renovated offices on the 60th floor of the Empire State Building will provide attendees with accounting and tax tips applying specifically to their business and personal needs.  

Mike Savage, CEO of, says that his team is very excited about the Small Business Expo because it gives them the chance to meet a wide range of exciting small businesses.  "This is a great time to start or expand a small business. One of the issues our clients are asking us about right now is the Internet sales tax bill passed by the U.S. Senate. This is a great chance for us to show business owners what they need to do now to get ready for the bill's inevitable passage.

"With the right accounting and tax planning advice, business owners will find that the law currently being considered in the U.S. House isn't nearly as much of a burden on small business owners as some might fear. Of course, that's just one of the topics we expect to come up in the free consultations we're offering to those who visit booth #58 at the Small Business Expo this Thursday."

About is a national business services and accounting firm that assists micro, small, work-at-home and startup businesses in all 50 states, Canada, Australia and the UK. The company provides small businesses with affordable accounting, tax preparation, payroll, bookkeeping, business planning and consulting services from an experienced team of over 100 in-house tax and business professionals.

To find out how small or home-based business can keep more of the money they earn, and how can help avoid tax problems, visit

Deb McAlister-Holland, , 214-340-4774