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Serving the community since 1989 for over 35+ years

Who We Are

BergerCPAFirst is a Certified Public Accounting firm in New Jersey that exclusively serves the accounting and tax needs of small businesses like yours for an affordable fixed fee! As a small business, you have the same needs as a large corporation. You need timely, accurate and informative financial information, and quality professional advice in financial, tax and general business questions. However, your present size might not allow you the luxury of employing full-time staff to meet these needs.

Our Services

We offer an array of accounting and taxing services, keeping in mind the accelerating markets to empower your business with a robust accounting infrastructure.

Why Choose Us?

If you are looking for personalized accounting and tax solutions, BergerCPAFirst offers dynamic consultancy, understanding your unique business profile. We help reshape your business finances to improve operational performance. By hiring our responsive and efficient services, you will never miss a tax date.

Tax Services

Know exactly where
your business is standing

Tax Services

Know what your
accounting costs will be

why choose us

Ensure that you don’t get
IRS penalties and notices

Awards & Recognitions

Honored and recognized by industry experts and organizations, a testament to our commitment for providing exceptional services.


BergerCPAFirst or its affiliates are a current or former proud member of the following organizations (in alphabetical order):


Our Blog

Stay tuned for the latest updates from the world of accounting and taxes. We bring to you all the recent developments to educate you on the regulatory revisions. This is the destination for accounting news, events, launches, editorials, etc. Watch this space for more!
July 5, 2024

How the IRS disappears tax refunds on unified tax returns

How the IRS disappears tax refunds on unified tax returns Question My client has not filed taxes for 10 years, and the IRS wants his returns. Now, the problem is not the money he owes but the at least $100,000 he overpaid. The IRS won’t refund the amount. Are…


Who should own the business car: Corporation or Individual?

June 27, 2024

Dutch-treat business meals

June 21, 2024

Do you need to amend your 2020 tax return for the 2020 ERC?

June 14, 2024

CPA steals the payroll taxes, owner has to pay the IRS

June 6, 2024