Posts Tagged ‘IRS Representation’

Work with a CPA Who Has a Track Record of IRS Tax Representation Success!!!

Tax News Just In…Saved Business Today nearly $100K in Tax Penalties Are You Looking for ProACTIVE Wisdom & HELP to Get Penalty Abatement from the IRS or the State of GA? Do You Need a CPA TODAY to Help You With Your Back Taxes? If time is of the Essence then CALL John Dillard CPA Today to Get Started on Your IRS Tax Representation Issues.

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A Layman’s Guide to Understanding Tax Issues with the IRS

The best first step to beginning to address old personal tax returns that are either unfiled or unpaid is to assess the damage, count the cost, and to lay out a tax strategy that best suits your needs. Working with an experienced CPA is your best first step in this process. Tax problems, if left unattended will worsen, dramatically over time as penalties and interest continue to accrue and the collection efforts mandated by the IRS become increas...

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Looking for Guidance On…Running Your Business?

Looking for Guidance On…Keeping Your Tax Bill as Low as Legally Possible? Looking for Guidance On…Incorporating in Georgia? Looking for Guidance On…Financial Statements & Reporting? Looking for Guidance On…Bookkeeping and Preparing Your Financial Statements?

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Does Your CPA Go the Extra Mile?

Does Your CPA Go the Extra Mile? When You Have a BIG Problem to Address is YOUR CPA ready and proactive? Is Your CPA Your Best Advocate? Does your CPA Fight to Keep Your Taxes Low?

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Duluth/Lawrenceville/Snellville CPA: What To Look for When Hiring a CPA

Hiring a CPA can be a challenging task especially if it is the first time you have owned a business. You will want to look for a CPA whose program is centered on tailoring their services to your needs. You will want to find a CPA who is responsive, returns your call quickly, is well-known in the business community and practices excellence. Before you hire a CPA be sure to check their references.

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Three Steps to a Successful IRS Audit/Representation Experience

When going to war, a soldier will plan, plan and plan again being sure that their tactics, protocols and training are ready for the task at hand. Though at times ones equipment and abilities will be tasked to the very edge of their capacities, the goal of a good soldier is to the extent possible to accomplish the task at hand while avoiding as few casualties as possible, preferably none. Similarly a great general who has a lay of the land, an und...

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Duluth/Norcross/Johns Creek CPA: Tax Tips to Have a Successful IRS Audit Experience

These basic tax tips will do much to ensure that you keep adequate books and records to support your business deductions as well as to ensure that you will have much of the documentation that an IRS agent will want to see during the performance of an audit. Being prepared is your best bet and it starts each and every day by keeping good books and records so that if the tax man cometh that you are prepared and ready to support the business expense...

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Tax Issues Facing Atlanta Taxpayers When Preparing for Their Income Taxes

Failing to Prepare is Preparing to Fail. We focus on what we can do to interpret the future solely than rather how best to interpret the past. The below will give you a sampling of what you can personally do to get your business ready for you yearend tax bill:

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Utilizing S Corporation Profits/Losses

I do not believe in scare tactics in helping clients see the truth it is often the only way to help someone make a wise a prudent decisions. My goal is not to be THE CPA for all of Atlanta but just the share that God allows me to have. Recently I was able to work with a new client to whom the prior accountant had made several tax elections that in hind sight cannot be reversed resulting in the taxpayer substantially overpaying their taxes. I am c...

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Final Deadline for Personal Income Tax Returns is October 15th

Another year is getting closer to the end and Christmas is rapidly approaching. Although the original due date for Personal income tax returns is April 15th, a properly filed extension allows a individual taxpayer to file their return by October 15th. The IRS and the state of GA allows individual taxpayers to file for an automatic six-month extension, Form 4868. Keep in mind that an extension to file is not an extension to pay and that both th...

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