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Meet the people behind our personal attention. We deliver each of our services through a team of financial professionals who adhere to the highest standards of our industry. When you become a DMJ client, everyone on our team works for you.

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Our People

Meet the people behind our personal attention. We deliver each of our services through a team of financial professionals who adhere to the highest standards of our industry. And when you become a DMJ client, everyone on our team works for you.

Certifications & Licenses

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Memberships

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA)
  • Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA)
Professional & Community Involvement

  • Leadership North Carolina, Graduate
Education

  • Youngstown State University, B.A. in Business Administration (1983)

Keith Jarmusch, CPA

Tax Manager | Greensboro, NC

P: 336.275.9886 | F: 336.275.1129
NC #33489

Originally from Ohio, Keith joined a regional CPA firm in Youngstown, Ohio  following graduation and spent seventeen years working with a wide range of companies from small to large corporations. His work experience included consulting, tax preparation and accounting and auditing services. He continued on to work in the private sector, serving as a Chief Financial Officer for a group of fifteen related companies and then as CFO/President of a small manufacturing company in Northeast Ohio. In 2007, Keith relocated to Greensboro, North Carolina, where he joined DMJ as a Tax Manager.

With over twenty years combined experience in industry and in public accounting, Keith maintains the unique knowledge of how day-to-day issues affect clients and the daily challenges they face.

Keith and his wife enjoy spending time with their children.

Keith’s Recent Articles


What to Do If You Can’t Pay Your Tax at Extension Time?

Don't let your inability to pay your tax liability in full keep you from filing your tax return properly and on time. Include as large a partial payment as you can, and consider borrowing the funds for payment. As discussed below, just filing without full payment can save you substantial amounts in filing penalties. More importantly, procedures exist for payment extension and installment payment arrangements which will keep IRS from instituting its collection process (liens, property seizures, etc.).
Read More

Nanny Tax – What Is That?

The “Nanny Tax” isn't limited to a nannies. It also applies to housekeepers, maids, babysitters, gardeners or other household employees who aren't independent contractors. If you employ someone who's subject to the “Nanny Tax,” you aren't required to withhold federal income taxes from the employee's pay. You have to withhold only if your nanny asks you to and you agree to withhold. (In that case, have the nanny fill out a Form W-4 and give it to you, so you can withhold the correct amount.) However, you may be required to withhold social security and Medicare tax (FICA). And you may also be required to pay (but not withhold) federal unemployment (FUTA) tax.
Read More

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Keith Jarmusch, CPA

Tax Manager | Greensboro, NC

P: 336.275.9886 | F: 336.275.1129
NC #33489

Originally from Ohio, Keith joined a regional CPA firm in Youngstown, Ohio  following graduation and spent seventeen years working with a wide range of companies from small to large corporations. His work experience included consulting, tax preparation and accounting and auditing services. He continued on to work in the private sector, serving as a Chief Financial Officer for a group of fifteen related companies and then as CFO/President of a small manufacturing company in Northeast Ohio. In 2007, Keith relocated to Greensboro, North Carolina, where he joined DMJ as a Tax Manager.

With over twenty years combined experience in industry and in public accounting, Keith maintains the unique knowledge of how day-to-day issues affect clients and the daily challenges they face.

Keith and his wife enjoy spending time with their children.

Jarmusch’s Recent Articles


What to Do If You Can’t Pay Your Tax at Extension Time?

Don't let your inability to pay your tax liability in full keep you from filing your tax return properly and on time. Include as large a partial payment as you can, and consider borrowing the funds for payment. As discussed below, just filing without full payment can save you substantial amounts in filing penalties. More importantly, procedures exist for payment extension and installment payment arrangements which will keep IRS from instituting its collection process (liens, property seizures, etc.).
Read More

Nanny Tax – What Is That?

The “Nanny Tax” isn't limited to a nannies. It also applies to housekeepers, maids, babysitters, gardeners or other household employees who aren't independent contractors. If you employ someone who's subject to the “Nanny Tax,” you aren't required to withhold federal income taxes from the employee's pay. You have to withhold only if your nanny asks you to and you agree to withhold. (In that case, have the nanny fill out a Form W-4 and give it to you, so you can withhold the correct amount.) However, you may be required to withhold social security and Medicare tax (FICA). And you may also be required to pay (but not withhold) federal unemployment (FUTA) tax.
Read More

Read All Authored Articles

Certifications & Licenses

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Memberships

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA)
  • Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA)
Professional & Community Involvement

  • Leadership North Carolina, Graduate
Education

  • Youngstown State University, B.A. in Business Administration (1983)
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