Providing outstanding public accounting, tax advisory services, regulatory consulting, and financial services to clients in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area and nationwide.

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Carolyn C. Quill I help my clients by developing close relationships with them to better understand their needs and assist them in achieving their financial goals. I listen to their financial and tax concerns and then carefully craft solutions to meet those needs.

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  • A Full Spectrum of Financial Services

    While our clients span the various types of businesses found in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia area, we offer nationally recognized industry expertise for government contractors, not-for-profits, and healthcare providers.

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    With Rubino & Company, you have a partner who understands your unique needs and works with you to support your goals, maintain compliance, and drive growth.

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    For over 30 years, we've been helping clients with accounting, tax and financial planning issues. We provide outstanding public accounting, tax advisory services, regulatory consulting, and financial services.

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    We’re a highly specialized, synergistic group that is looking for bright, energetic new talent. Do you have what it takes to join our team?

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Rubino & Company Announce Staff Promotions

Rubino & Company is pleased to announce promotions of four staff members.


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Revised Reporting Requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for 2016

Because the IRS is extending the due dates for these information returns, the normal provisions for requesting extended due dates for these forms will not apply. The IRS is encouraging employers who cannot meet the extended due dates to file the returns anyway. The IRS says it will take into account whether the employers made reasonable attempts to comply with the requirements and the steps taken to prepare for the 2016 reporting requirements when determining whether to abate penalties for reasonable cause.


I’ve Heard of Estate Planning But What Is It?

According to, estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the disposal of an estate during a person’s life. But what does that mean to the average person?


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