Thirty Years Serving
Clients and Community.

The Minute Man
Daniel Chester French 1875

We are
working from our office in an historic
Victorian house built in 1890.

101 Commonwealth Avenue
West Concord

Businesses, individuals,
estates, and trusts come to us for

Orchard House
Alcott Family Home 1858 - 1877

While Individuals and Families
often need similar advice, we also
have the experience to ADVISE
those who step to the beat of
a different drum.

Walden Pond
Henry David Thoreau's Retreat

Along with accounting advice and
tax planning, we provide
Businesses with AUDITS,

Concord Town Center
Main Street at Walden Street

We know financial TRUSTS.
Our CPAs and accountants have
a thorough understanding of this
investment philosophy and how to
best protect assets.

The Old Manse, historic center of 19th century American philosopy
Preserved by The Trustees of Reservations

Our common experience is the
flow of life, with the need to prepare
for the future. As accounting and
tax experts for ESTATES, we help to
protect the next generation.

Concord River
Looking downriver from the Old North Bridge

2018 Tax Filing Deadline

April 17


Tax News Flash

We Keep You Informed

New 2017 Filing Deadlines

Partnership (1065) Income Tax Returns are due March 15, 2017. They were previously due April 15th. For companies with a year-end of Dec 31st, C corporation (1120) Income Tax Returns are due April 15, 2017.

Tax Planning

There is still time to review your 2016 transaction planning before year-end to discuss potential tax reduction strategies. If you think that you could benefit from a review of your business or personal taxes, please contract our office ASAP.

2017 Quarterly Estimated Tax Filing Deadlines

The 2017 estimated tax filing deadlines are:

  • January 16 for Q4-2016
  • April 18 for Q1-2017
  • June 15 for Q2-2017
  • September 15 for Q3-2017
  • January 16, 2018, for Q4-2017.


At Scheidco, cybersecurity is a top priority in order to protect against data breaches and identity theft.  To safeguard your information, our network and its software, as well as all stand-alone computers and applications, are protected.  We also ensure that any email containing taxpayer data is encrypted and secure.

We encourage you to keep your computer secure, avoid phishing and the installation of malware on your computer, and protect your personal information. The IRS publication that shows how to resolve these issues is available on the IRS website by clicking here.

Identity Theft

Tax-related identify theft has been rising for years. It occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. There were over half a million incidents of tax-related ID theft reported to the IRS in 2015, along with millions of fraudulent returns detected and blocked by the IRS. If you believe that you are the victim of identity theft, contact our office or follow the Federal Trade Commission recommended steps by clicking here.

Back-to-School Tax Scammers

On August 18, 2016, the IRS posted a notice that during the back-to-school season students and parents are being targeted by scammers demanding payments for non-existent taxes, such as the fake “Federal Student Tax.” They demand that the student or parent wire funds for this fake tax and that they will be arrested if they do not pay. Remember, the IRS will never contact you by phone, or electronically, to request personal or financial information. This includes texts, email, or social media.

W-2 and Form 1099 Statements Due January 31

Beginning in 2017, W-2 and Form 1099 statements must be filed with the Social Security Administration by January 31st.

We Know Taxes

This is the number of tax returns we’ve prepared…and we’re still counting.


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