About TaxProblemsSolved.com &
Montecino & Ciaccia, P.A.,
Certified Public Accountants
Montecino & Ciaccia, P.A. is a full service accounting firm serving individuals and owners of small and mid-sized businesses with their tax, QuickBooks, and accounting needs. The firm is known for its expertise in resolving IRS tax problems as well as providing monthly and quarterly bookkeeping and QuickBooks services to small businesses in all industries, including service, retail, professional, construction, landscaping, manufacturing, distribution, and many others.
Founded in 1982 as Charles K. Montecino, CPA, the firm was renamed Montecino & Ciaccia, P.A. in 2014 and became a father – daughter establishment. Located in Sewell, New Jersey, the firm serves clients in New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.
About Charles K. Montecino, CPA, CGMA, CTRS
Charles K. Montecino, is a Shareholder of Montecino & Ciaccia, P.A. As a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, he has significant experience in helping clients solve their IRS problems, and clients say he does it with patience and, as one client put it, “without making me feel dumb.” In 2008 he received the Top Practitioner Award from the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers.
Charles also works with owners of small businesses on their monthly and quarterly bookkeeping, payroll, and QuickBooks needs and enjoys working with them to help them grow their businesses. He is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor.
Charles has spent his 40-year career in public accounting, and 32 of the 40 years running his own firm. He is a licensed CPA in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is a CGMA, Chartered Global Management Accountant. He serves on the Cooperation with IRS Committee with the New Jersey Society of CPAs. Charles is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, New Jersey Society of CPAs, Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs, the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers, and the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce.
Charles earned his accounting degree from Rutgers University. When he is not working, he enjoys baseball watching the Phillies and football, following both the Philadelphia 76ers and the Rutgers team. He also enjoys fishing, traveling, reading, spending time with his family including his two grandsons, and woodworking.
About Meggan Ciaccia, CPA, CGMA, CTRS
Meggan L. Ciaccia, CPA, is a Shareholder of Montecino & Ciaccia, P.A. With 10 years of diversified accounting experience, Meggan loves the variety of work she does and loves working with so many different clients; every day is different. She also enjoys working with her father and finds that the most meaningful part of her job.
Meggan is a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, which allows her to help clients who have received a letter from the IRS, who owe back taxes, or who need to file delinquent taxes. She is a licensed CPA in New Jersey and is a CGMA, Chartered Global Management Accountant. Meggan is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, New Jersey Society of CPAs, and American Society of Tax Problem Solvers.
Meggan earned a degree in social work from Rowan University and worked in the mental health field at the beginning of her career. She then took additional classes in accounting and business and earned her CPA which allowed her to transition to the accounting field which she now loves and has never looked back.
When Meggan is not working, she enjoys spending summers in Wildwood, NJ, reading, and Crossfit and is learning to knit. She resides in National Park, NJ with her husband John and two boys, Joe and Logan.
About Robin Mulhall
Robin Mulhall is Administrative Professional of Montecino & Ciacccia, P.A. and has been with the firm for nine years. You’ll likely hear Robin’s cheerful voice greeting you when you first call the firm. She loves to hear from the firm’s clients and help them take care of their situation and get the answers they need.
Robin is especially skilled at helping clients who need extra comfort and support after having lost a loved one and having to deal with unfamiliar tax requirements at the same time. She takes extra time to make the process as easy as possible.
Robin earned her degree from Goldy Beacom College in Delaware. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family, hiking, traveling, watching Suits on TV, and renovating her family’s hundred-year-old Victorian home.