According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), each taxpayer on average overpays Uncle Sam $438 or almost $1 billion dollars a year. Many tax preparation companies charge less but only “process” returns, which ultimately can cost you thousands more in taxes. The tax code is complex and requires constant reading and research to stay on top of the ever changing laws. Our experienced professionals regularly attend tax updates training throughout the year to ensure that you receive accurate tax return and solid tax advice that can significantly reduce your taxes.
It is no mystery why some people make more and pay less in taxes-with proper planning and application of constant changing tax laws, our clients benefit from knowing that they pay the least amount, guaranteed.
Not only is it important that you have accurate and timely financial data for your organization, but that you also have the right professionals saving you taxes, with the average business owner paying 20% more taxes, we can handle your tax affairs.
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You can rely on us to prepare your taxes accurately. With over 20 business tax credits available, our trained professionals know how to access your business and determine what credits you qualify for. Also, considering we work with a wide range of clients including professional services (lawyers, doctors, engineers, computer technicians, etc.), government contracting, real estate and hospitality, retail, healthcare, childcare, and non-for-profit organizations- we are aware of certain deductions specific to your type of business.
Additionally, you can rely on us to keep you abreast on vital tax law changes through our electronic tax and accounting newsletter that you receive for FREE.
To maximize paying less in taxes, as part of our tax planning services, we meet with you before the end of the year to review your activity and determine ways to reduce your income, increase your business deductions, and take advantage of tax credits.
Statement from US Chamber of Commerce
"One of the biggest hurdles you'll face in running your own business is to stay on top of your numerous obligations to federal, state, and local tax agencies. A tax headache is only one mistake away, be it a missed payment or filing deadline, an improperly claimed deduction, or incomplete records. And, you can safely assume that a tax auditor presenting an assessment of additional taxes, penalties, and interest will not look kindly on an "I didn't know I was required to do that" claim. The old legal saying that "ignorance of the law is no excuse" is perhaps most often applied in tax settings.
Although retaining a good accountant or other tax professional may prove to be invaluable in avoiding tax troubles, possessing a working knowledge of how the tax systems work is also beneficial. After all, even if you delegate your tax obligations to someone else, you'll still bear the ultimate responsibility for seeing that those obligations are met."