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About Allan Shumofsky
Allan Shumofsky is a certified public accountant located in and around Fairfield, Connecticut. Allan Shumofsky is a CPAdirectory verified CPA, licensed to practice in the state of Connecticut. The requirements for licensure in Connecticut ensure that Allan Shumofsky maintains the highest standard of knowledge and ethics when operating as an accountant. CPAs may practice as a public accountant, work in private industry, education or government, and are often considered experts in tax preparation. Their overall educational requirements and training in business and knowledge in principles of general law and taxation provide CPAs with the skills to help individuals with both personal and business financial decisions.
Allan Shumofsky is licensed to practice as an accountant in Connecticut under the license number CPAC.0006726.
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Absolutely, positively the worst accountant I have ever worked with. Many months have passed since we gave him our financials for 2015; he does not respond to emails for weeks at a time, and when he finally does, he's forgotten what was discussed previously. We owe the IRS $16,000 in penalties due to his incompetence; it's my hope that our new accountant can help mitigate that.