Posts Tagged ‘Duluth GA CPA’

NFL UPCOMING SPEAKERS – April 2014

NFL UPCOMING SPEAKERS - April 2014 MEETING WEEKLY SINCE 1985! EVERY Wednesday from 12:00 -1:00 at: Golden Corral, Duluth Additional Information follows the "Upcoming Speakers" List http://www.nfl-luncheon.com/

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Tax Surprises: The Best Surprise is No Surprise But If There is a Surprise; Make it a Good One!

“As a Duluth GA CPA Serving Gwinnett Business Owners for decades we invite all clients to ask any questions about their taxes, how they were determined, tax planning, incorporating in Georgia, entity selection, income tax preparation and their fee for professional services” --- John Dillard CPA

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How Do I Fairly Value my Property Donations to Charity?

“As a Duluth GA CPA we have learned that knowing the law is the BEST first step in using it to your BEST advantage. Be sure your tax preparer is a CPA especially if you own a business for your tax bill GREATLY depends on it!” -- John Dillard CPA

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Don’t Take Chances With Your Taxes…God and the IRS are Both Watching

“As a Duluth GA CPA firm serving Suwanee & Johns Creek we work hard to take EVERY legal deduction you are entitled to but not one more.” -- Duluth CPA, John Dillard CPA

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You CANNOT Sell Your Business INTO Profitability

Whether you are a new business owner or have owned your company for years, missed business deductions are a consistent cause of concern. Discover new ways and methods to improve your business tracking skills. Finding Business Expense Your Business NEEDS & CAN Afford is an essential component of business planning and future viability.

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We love getting letters from attorneys….They’re OUR clients.

For 25+ years we have served many attorneys at law firms in metro Atlanta. We have served personal injury lawyers, disability attorneys, general business attorneys, attorneys to do wills, trust, estates, criminal lawyers and attorneys who are in general practice.

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Choosing an Accounting Software for your New Business

As a general rule I would suggest QuickBooks HOWEVER that is akin to diagnosing a patient without seeing them. Please feel free to give me a call and we can give you a more directive response as you may have very particular needs that need to be addressed in making an informed decision such as:

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What Clients of John Dillard CPA Have to Say About Their Income Tax Preparation Experience

When I read this email and saw the number on the refunds I teared up and gave my thanks to Jesus as my wife and I have worked so hard on our marriage, raising our children, building a business, and keeping ourselves from drowning this past year. The $11k refund we are getting on our taxes is a huge amount of money for us right now and I just couldn't help but fall to my knees and thank Christ.

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Atlanta CPA: Ways You Can SAVE On Your Income Taxes

Often taxpayers feel after they have filed an income tax return that they are etched in stone. Though you want this to be the case as no one likes to tax returns twice, frequently having a CPA critique your past returns, especially if you are a business owner and had returns filed by someone who is not a CPA, is often a great way to "find unclaimed money."

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March 15th is the last day to file/have postmarked your corporate income tax return for C Corporations/Form 1120 and S Corporations/Form 1120S.

Taxpayers frequently fail to understand that an extension to file a return is not an extension of time to also pay the taxes due for either C Corporations or for personal owners of S Corporations or for LLC’s. The IRS has a rigid schedule for payment of all taxes and in some cases, there is no room for flexibility whatsoever. Taxpayers should accordingly take care to pay all of their taxes as they become due without regard to whether an e...

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