Do you have your taxes prepared by an accountant? 

Your investments managed by an advisor? 

Your insurance provided through a broker? 

Or are you doing all of it yourself? 

Now is the time to speak to professionals skilled in ALL these areas!


Joseph A. Cannova, CPA CFP is a Certified Public Accounting Firm and a Certified Financial Planning Firm.  Our firm provides comprehensive tax, accounting, and consulting services in concert with solid financial services for individuals and businesses.

Whatever financial circumstances you may have, we have the experience, insight and knowledge to assist you in pursuing your goals and dreams.  From the initial stages of planning, through implementation and subsequent monitoring of your individual plan, we can help you accomplish what you value most.  We are here to help you manage all aspects of your financial lives.  

We created this website to help you understand that there are opportunities and potential rewards available when you take a proactive approach to your personal financial situation.  We hope you gain a better perspective of the products and services our firm has to offer and the value of working with a skilled team.  Most important, we hope you recognize our ultimate dedication to helping our clients pursue their dreams.  The relationships we forge with our clients last a lifetime.

Disability Income Insurance

How much Disability Income Insurance do you need?

Taxable Equivalent Yield

Calculate the rate of return you would have to receive from a taxable investment to realize an equivalent tax-exempt yield.

Life Insurance

How much life insurance would you need to produce a sufficient income stream for your family?

Car Affordability

How much can you afford to pay for a car?

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Too Good to Be True?

Knowing what to look for could help investors guard against common types of fraud such as pyramid schemes and affinity fraud.

Overcoming Retirement Challenges

Four common obstacles to saving for retirement with suggestions on how to get back on track.

When Your Child Should File a Tax Return

IRS rules regarding who must file are based on the amount and source of income rather than age

Tax Season Never Ends for the Self-Employed

Making accurate quarterly tax payments on schedule can help avoid interest penalties for underpayment.

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