We offer superior, personalized accounting services in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and in the state of Maryland.
   
Melrose R. Limerick and Associates, P.C. is an accounting firm offering traditional accounting services and business consulting. We offer expertise in all areas of accounting, bookkeeping, and financial-based planning. The firm's reputation is impeccable and is known throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area as one of the top accounting firms. Melrose R. Limerick and Associates, P.C. serves the accounting and financial needs of businesses and individuals to enable them to realize their financial goals.

Melrose R. Limerick and Associates, P.C. offers a unique team of CPAs and a professional accounting and bookkeeping staff with proven expertise as business consultants. We do more than prepare taxes. We also provide a variety of valuable services that enable a business to optimize their profitability and minimize their tax exposure. We work to offer our services in an innovative manner to create a source for business planning solutions.


Melrose R. Limerick and Associates, P.C. offer a wide range of accounting services to support startup to growing businesses. These services include: In-house and outsourced monthly accounting services, financial forecasting and budget planning, accounting software consultation, entity selection, policies and procedures development, and management advisory and business consulting services.
Melrose R. Limerick and Associates, P.C. deliver our expertise to private, public and government sectors. Our multi-disciplinary teams bring experience as well as comprehensive knowledge of US and local issues and regulations.
Nov 30, 2007
Employee Plans News Protecting Retirement Benefits Through Educating Customers.
Model 403(b) Plan Language and Additional Guidance Issued.

The IRS has issued Revenue Procedure 2007-71, which provides model plan language that may be used by public schools to either adopt a written §403(b) plan or to amend its §403(b) plan to reflect the requirements of the Internal Revenue Code and final 403(b) regulations. The revenue procedure also provides guidance for applying §403(b) to certain contracts issued before 2009. It will be published in IRB 2007-51 on December 17, 2007 and will be effective upon date of publication.
Aug 2, 2007
IRS Seeks Comments on Updates to Corporate and Partnership Tax Forms
IR-2007-138, Aug. 2, 2007

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service has released for comment and discussion draft revisions to Form 1065, U.S. Return of Partnership Income, and Form 1120, U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return. The IRS plans to have the forms and related schedules ready for use for taxable years ending on or after Dec. 31, 2008. Comments are due from the public by Sept. 14, 2007.
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