Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: Getting Started with a New CPA does not have to be unduly complicated. The below is a sample letter we would send to a client to get started on their CPA tax needs. Be sure you work with a CPA who has your best financial and tax interests at heart:
Just following up on getting started.
I suggest you go ahead and forward copies of your last corporate and personal income tax returns along with you year to date financial statements.
If we need to also get you incorporated let me know and I will forward to you information so that you might make the right entity selection when incorporating in Georgia.
I look forward to serving as your CPA for many years to come.
Choosing an Entity Type for Your New Georgia Business
Your initial choice of entity is perhaps the most important tax, financial and legal decision you might ever reach. Being well versed in these areas is essential to a wise and prudent decision. Visit http://www.hiscpa.com/article2.html
Tax Effects of Entity Choice when Incorporating in Georgia
Carefully considering the tax effects of your entity choice is essential to getting your business off on the right foot. Being careful to avoid, if at all possible, the double taxation of C Corporations and then selecting the right entity for your business from both a tax and legal perspective is critical. See http://www.hiscpa.com/article6.html
We advise clients on: IRS representation, Offer in Compromise, Tax Problems, Incorporation in Georgia, Corporate and Personal Income Tax Returns, Part-time CFO, Virtual Controller, Business Planning, Back Taxes, Business Acquisitions/Sales, Forensic Accounting, Business Valuations and Bookkeeping.
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