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Generations of Clients Trust R&G Brenner

Family Business Since 1941

Founded in 1941 by David S. Brenner C.P.A., and his wife Betty, R&G Brenner Income Tax has invariably been owned and operated by the Brenner family.  Originally doing business as the Tax Center, R&G Brenner sparked the evolution of the accounting industry; being one of the first firms to focus primarily on income tax preparation.

Over the years, we have prepared millions of personal and business tax returns for a diverse range of clients.  However, our core principles have always been a focus on customer service and client relations; just because we deal in volume does not mean we forego superior quality or personalized attention.

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Serving Clients Around the U.S & Worldwide

R&G Brenner has prepared millions of tax returns for thousands of clients not only in the United States, but all around the globe.

If you are moving to a new residence in or out of state, or even to a different country, R&G Brenner can seamlessly continue to provide you with the same quality service you’ve grown accustom to. Likewise, if you are considering working with R&G Brenner for the first time, and can not physically come to one of our offices, no problem! In today’s global inter-connected e-business, your physical location is no longer a barrier to superior service.

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