Get Organized with Small Business Professionals

In today’s business world, there is a rising trend in the number of individuals embracing Entrepreneurship. We are serving as their guide by emphasizing an Organized Planning approach to achieve success. A Complex Business Environment Let’s face it, as an Entrepreneur,...
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Accounting Services

Every business owner needs an efficient and effective accounting function. It is absolutely essential to organize transactional data in a way that creates valuable information that supports decisions. Our aim is to to enhance your decision making process by providing timely insight that is accurate, relevant...
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Highway Act Changes Business Tax Return Due Dates

On 7/31/15, President Obama signed the Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015 (H.R. 3236) (Highway Act) into law, which includes some significant changes to longstanding tax provisions. The Highway Act makes both partnership and S...
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Individual Tax Planning and Preparation Services

Make the decision to get organized and work with a CPA to make sure you are maximizing your potential to preserve the wealth you are working to accumulate. We provide you with a quality service to prepare and file current...
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General Tax Planning Considerations

If you generate a profit or loss from business, then here are some general planning considerations including deductions you should take time to review. Have you considered whether the legal form of your business is appropriate, or thought of a plan...
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Tax planning for a sole proprietor

Our standard tax planning and preparation package for a sole proprietor who owns a small business includes: One (1) hour virtual planning session with a Small Business Professionals to discuss the 2015 outlook. Prepare and file 2014 IRS Form 1040 including: Schedule...
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An “Individual Mandate” to report health care coverage

This year there are some changes to tax forms related to the Affordable Care Act.  Along with a few new lines on existing forms, there will also be two new forms that will need to be included with some tax...
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Congress extends more than 50 tax provisions

In the recently enacted “Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014,” Congress has once again extended a package of expired or expiring individual, business, and energy provisions known as “extenders.” The extenders are a varied assortment of more than 50 individual...
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Making quarterly estimated income tax payments

As U.S. taxpayers, you must pay your federal and state income taxes throughout the year.  To avoid any underpayment penalty, you should either have enough Federal Income Tax withheld from your pay checks or you should be making consistent quarterly...
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Do you need to delegate your accounting duties?

It takes a team to make sure entrepreneurs such as yourself stay properly organized.  We believe it is necessary to create a strategic and organized business plan to effectively execute actions aimed at achieving break-out success. Leave the Accounting and...
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