Business Services

Corporate Tax Services

Our tax professionals are pro-active in minimizing the amount of tax paid by our clients. We work with our clients throughout the year and focus on tax planning as part of your overall business strategy. Proper planning is key to successfully reducing your tax liability.

Tax Preparation

Tax rules are becoming more and more complex. Our professionals monitor tax law changes on a daily basis to ensure that you are not paying more than your fair share of taxes. Our investment in the latest tax preparation, planning, and research software enables us to accurately and efficiently prepare tax returns for various types of business entities. Our professionals have experience preparing Federal and State tax returns for C Corporations, S Corporations, Partnerships, Trusts, Estates, and Not-for-Profit Organizations. Our professionals will also review your prior year tax returns to make sure you have maximized and taken all available deductions and tax credits.

Tax Consulting

Business decisions made during the year impact your income tax liability. From structuring agreements to consulting on the tax effects of transactions you may be contemplating, we are available to advise you on the tax consequences.

IRS Representation

We have over 25 years of professional tax experience dealing with Federal and State taxing authorities. Our level of experience and competence ensures that our clients are being properly represented.

We also assist clients throughout the year in properly documenting transactions and keeping appropriate tax records to allow them to be in the best possible position in case of a potential IRS audit.

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Did you know?

Did you know an S Corporation lets you enjoy the limited liability of a corporate shareholder but pay income taxes as if you were a sole proprietor or a partner?

Did you know S Corporation shareholders are not subject to self-employment taxes (active LLC owners are)?

Did you know an S Corporation shareholder may not deduct corporate losses that exceed his or her "basis" in corporate stock?

Did you know small businesses are responsible for 39% of GNP?

Did you know the number of small businesses in the United States has increased 54% since 1980?

Did you know there are almost 21.5 million small businesses in the United States?