October 1, 2022

Anyone Desperate for Free Tax Prep Help Should Make a Reservation at Andaz Wall Street ASAP

If you're going to be staying in Lower Manhattan on business, this makes for a great deal and you can stare at the East River while Marc Albaum cranks out your 1040. Just don't forget to bring your shoebox.

Andaz Wall Street, the only hotel on Wall Street, launches their Accountant in Residence series where certified public accountant Marc Albaum will reside in the hotel and file taxes for hotel guests free of charge from April 8-15, 2012. The Accountant in Residence program aims to accommodate the demanding schedule of the frequent business traveler and provide guests the ease of filing their taxes on the road, just in time to meet the April 15th deadline.
For one week, certified public accountant Marc Albaum will reside and run his office in the spacious Buttonwood Suite at Andaz Wall Street. Marc's stylish office will feature 1,465 square feet of loft-style living space, featuring a master bedroom and bath with a soaking tub, a half bath, living area, dining room and display kitchen. A ten-foot wide valet closet with LCD televisions on both sides divides the bedroom and living room, allowing Marc to separate his office from the living quarters. The Buttonwood Suite also features nine-foot windows boasting views of the East River.
Of course, if you're just looking to score a prepared tax return pro bono and fluffy pillows, the room could set you back anywhere from $320 to $467 a night. If that's not in your budget and you hate TurboTax, there's always Brass Taxes


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