He Knows It’s Hard to Find Good Help

Associated Press

If Zoe Baird had retained Alan Goldberg as her accountant, we might be calling her U.S. attorney general today.

When the uproar over Baird’s failure to pay taxes on her baby-sitter’s wages derailed the corporate attorney’s political appointment, Goldberg saw opportunity. He created Nanny Tax Inc., a New York-based concern that handles all tax and insurance-related bureaucracy.

“We don’t want them to do any work except signing checks . . .,” Goldberg said.