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Tax Season 2015 is quickly coming to a close. It has been an interesting tax season due to the complexities of the Affordable Care Act and other tax related issues. If you have filed your return, you can click on the links to the right to track the status of your file.  We remind you that our firm has proudly served the Jersey Shore and its surrounding areas for over 40 years. Lou Gallipoli, Sr. built the firm based on trust and integrity. Our firm specializes in wealth management, tax planning and income & estate tax preparation. To keep up with the ever changing economic and tax landscape, you can follow us on Twitter @gallipoliwealth or "like us" on our Gallipoli Wealth Management Facebook page. We hope you see the value in working with us to pursue your financial goals.
 

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