Posts Tagged ‘Tax Planning’

Income Tax Preparation, Financial Statements, Back Taxes, Tax Planning, Virtual CFO/CPA, Bookkeeping & Offer in Compromise

Our Virtual CFO/CPA Experience will Guide You Throughout the IRS Tax System, Getting Your Financials Current, Filing All of Your Back Tax Returns and Negotiations with the IRS.

Read more

Starting Your New Business Off on the RIGHT Foot in the New Year

Starting Your New Business Off on the RIGHT Foot in the New Year. If you are not using a system like QuickBooks to record your data please use attached being sure to add categories as needed for your 2015 proprietorship. If you need any help in pulling your data together please do not hesitate to call. As discussed for your corporation I suggest using QuickBooks.

Read more

We Work Hard to Make Sure Your Tax Bill is as Low as Legally Possible.

We Focus on MUCH More Than Your Refund For If We Focus JUST on the Refund We Often Miss the Mark ENTIRELY. I just completed the return where the refund represented 4% of the taxes paid. Whereas the actual tax bill was 96% of the taxes owed. Make Sure You CPA Can See BOTH the Forest and the Trees.

Read more

Wake up and Smell The Coffee. Can Your CPA Do This? Does Your CPA Do This?

Holistic Financial Guidance…At His CPA We Work Hard!!! We Let Our Clients Make Money and We Take Care of the Taxes. We Communicate Often Making Sure There are NO Tax Surprises.

Read more

2014 Year End Tax Planning…You Ought To be Ready

2014 Is Soon To End As you ready your business for year-end I wanted to take a moment to remind you on tips to mitigate your year-end taxes. The below articles will do much to remind you of what you can do NOW to ensure you keep your 2014 taxes as legally possible. In order to do some formal year end planning please forward to me your Year to Date Financials and check stubs for all in your family, projection for the rest of the year’s net in...

Read more

Don’t Lose Your Head…Year-End is Just Around the Corner…

“What Can I do to Lower My Tax Bill?” “How Can I Keep More for Myself and Less for Uncle Sam?” “What Do I Know What is a Legal Tax Deduction?”

Read more

2013 Year End Tax Planning

It is that time of year again when we need to take a look at your financials to do some tax planning for the year. I have recapped below a list of the items we will need in order to properly evaluate and plan for your year-end taxes as well as address any yearend tax planning ideas. As the end of calendar year approaches, it's time to think about what can be done to minimize the amount of taxes paid to the IRS by your business. Although tax ...

Read more

Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: 2013 Tax Planning

The train is leaving the station and it is well past time to get on. Accordingly we advise our clients to at least formally twice annually to prepare a written tax plan so as to ensure there are no undue surprises at the end of the year. If you are a business owner of an LLC, an S Corporation, a Partnership or a proprietorship it is essential to work closely with your CPA on this most important tax issue. The below is a sample letter we might se...

Read more

Personal Tax Returns Are Due Today…Don’t Subject Yourself to Unnecessary Penalties

Please be sure to hurry and file your personal returns by April 15th. Beyond that date you are unduly exposing yourself to unnecessary penalties due to not filing a return. Thus to avoid this additional expenditure I suggest you file your personal return as soon as possible or to be sure to file an extension form with the IRS (IRS Form 4868). Please be reminded that if you file an extension to file your return that it is NOT an extension to pay y...

Read more

Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: Providing Tax Resources to Gwinnett/Atlanta Business Owners

If you fail to plan, you are preparing to be surprised. Learn how you can get ready now for your year-end liability and survive the year-end tax preparation process.

Read more