Charles K. Montecino operates a Tax Resolution company known as Tax Problems Solved, LLC. He is located Southern New Jersey, near Philadelphia. He is a former Shareholder, with his daughter, of Montecino & Ciaccia, P.A., a Certified Public Accounting firm. As a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, he has significant experience in helping clients solve their IRS problems. Clients say he does it with patience and, as one client put it, “without making me feel dumb.” He has received the Top Practitioner Award from the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers.
He has spent the majority of his 45-plus year career in public accounting, with 39 of those years running his own firm. He is a licensed CPA in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is a CGMA, Chartered Global Management Accountant. He serves on the Cooperation with IRS Committee with the New Jersey Society of CPAs. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, New Jersey Society of CPAs, the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs and the National Association of Tax Professionals.
He has spent over 20 years specializing in Tax Resolution Services. In the late 1990’s when the IRS abuse of taxpayers became a focal point of Congressional hearings he decided that taxpayers with IRS problems were not being represented and were being abused by the IRS at the same time. He added these services to his practice. When he began there were very few practitioners offering these services and almost no training offered. He is now one of the recognized leaders in offering Tax Resolution Services. There are many practitioners attempting to do this work without the proper training or want to offer these services but don’t know how to begin. A natural extension of his work is to offer this training and support. He wants to help those that practice in this area to be the best they can.
Charlie earned his accounting degree from Rutgers University. When he is not working, he enjoys watching, or attending, Philadelphia Phillies baseball games and both the Philadelphia Eagles and Rutgers University football games. He also enjoys spending time at the New Jersey shore, fishing, traveling, reading, woodworking, golfing and spending time with his family including his wife of 48 years, two daughters, son in law and two grandsons.