At Daniel Boggero & Associates

At Daniel Boggero & Associates

Were are thankful that you are visiting our website.

      As you navigate this site you will know more about the company and services available to you.

     You will find important links accessible to you and your tax situation.

     As a potential client we encourage you to contact us about our specialized and personalized services.



Honesty, Integrity and Professionalism are our Pilars to Support your Success. 



Daniel has been assisting people and small businesses with all their tax needs since 2015.

He continues to work with major Tax Companies as Tax Analyst and Credential Tax Expert.

His vast knowledge and experience, with more than 20 years active in the stock market and investments strategy, will simplify your taxes.

Daniel is an Enrolled Agent, participant of the IRS AFSP, with a California CTEC certification, and member of the NAEA.

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