Gilbert J. Munoz is a Certified Public Accountant and a certified tax resolution specialist. He has more than 30 years of experience helping clients resolve all sorts of tax issues.
A Tampa native, Gil graduated from the University of South Florida. He joined one of the largest local CPA firms in the Bay area, where he was manager of the Financial Audit Department. Next, Gil moved to the tenth largest accounting firm in the country, American Express Tax and Business Services, where he was a manager in the Tampa office. At American Express, Gil was responsible for reviewing and managing over 500 tax clients annually, as well as performing compliance and technical audits for AMEX tax offices all over the country. After leaving American Express, Gil worked for a firm that was founded by a former executive of the IRS, representing individuals and businesses locally before the IRS and the Florida Department of Revenue.
Now, in private practice, Gil focuses on IRS tax problem resolution for both corporate and individual clients. He also handles tax preparation, delinquent returns, personal and business tax planning, collections, liens, employment tax, audits, and levies.
Gil is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the AICPA Tax Section, the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers, the National Association of Tax Professionals, and the Florida Institute of CPAs.
In 2013, Munoz & Company, CPA, received the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers’ award for Top Practitioner. This award was given in recognition of Gil’s exceptional achievements in the field of tax resolution and representation, and was presented by ASTPS National Director Lawrence M. Lawler at the 2013 Advanced Seminar in IRS Tax Problem Resolution, held in San Diego, California, June 6-8. The ASTPS is a national, not-for-profit organization of professionals who specialize in representing taxpayers before the IRS. This membership organization provides education, certification, and additional resources to assist tax consultants in best representing their clients before the IRS.