Our People

eric J. buechler, EA

eric J. buechler, EA

Advisor / Principal
763.537.3244 Ext. 2

Mr. Buechler has 25+ years of tax, accounting, and financial services experience. He is an Enrolled Agent which allows him to represent clients in IRS audits and before IRS tax court. Before establishing his own practice, Mr. Buechler worked in Europe with Ernst & Young, a global accounting & consulting firm, and with a large regional firm in Minnesota. Mr. Buechler is a member of the National Association of Tax Professionals. Away from the office, Eric is an avid cyclist competing in duathlons and longer endurance races, volunteers as a youth coach, and spends a great deal of time taxiing his four children to their various activities.

Practice Areas:
• Individual Tax Planning and Compliance
• Business Tax Planning and Compliance
• Health Reimbursement Arrangements
• Payroll Tax
• Sales Tax
• QuickBooks

Carmen

Carmen Schiro

Office Manager
763.537.3244 Ext. 1

Carmen has been with our firm since 2014.  Her primary focus areas include monthly bookkeeping (QuickBooks), payroll processing, payroll tax deposits, 1099 compliance and processing, individual tax return compliance and processing.  Carmen is also the firm’s point of contact with clientele.  She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Psychology from the University of Minnesota and is currently pursuing an Accounting Associate in Applied Science degree. Carmen lives in Rockford, MN with her husband, three kids, and their many pets. Carmen’s hobbies include biking, reading, and walking with her energetic dog. 

Practice Areas:
• Payroll Processing
• Bookkeeping
• QuickBooks

Blogs

Who’s The IRS Going To Call?

The Internal Revenue Service is worried that as many as 100,000 small businesses and other taxpayers with Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) haven’t kept up with their contacts for tax records….

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May 17 Ahead

Mayday! No, we mean May Tax Day.  Amid the consternation over COVID, the federal tax deadline could slip by.  Remember, the Internal Revenue Service postponed the target for filing 2020…

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Minnesota’s Encouraging Tax Credit

Here’s an encouraging sign for teachers working to earn their master’s degrees.The State of Minnesota is encouraging by erasing as much as $2,500 from income taxes for their advanced studies….

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