Working with us isn’t like walking into a pop-up tax preparer. We aren’t about the 1040EZ, but about supporting you and your business on the path to financial success. We partner with you to identify your unique tax DNA, and strategize high-impact business and tax decisions to cleverly craft a solid foundation for your future.
Corporation, S-Corp (including elections), Partnership, Agriculture, and Schedule C tax preparation.
Common business taxes
We stay up to date with the latest tax laws and provide tailored advice to our clients based on your specific business needs and circumstances.
1. Income Tax: Businesses are generally subject to federal, state, and sometimes local income taxes. CPAs help clients navigate the complex tax laws, prepare accurate income tax returns, identify deductions and credits, and ensure compliance with reporting requirements.
2. Payroll Taxes: Businesses with employees must withhold and remit payroll taxes, including federal and state income tax withholding, Social Security tax, and Medicare tax. CPAs can handle payroll calculations, payroll tax filings, and provide guidance on employee classification issues.
3. Sales Tax: Many jurisdictions impose sales tax on the sale of goods and services. CPAs assist businesses in understanding sales tax requirements, registering for sales tax permits, calculating the tax liability, and preparing and filing sales tax returns.
4. Excise Taxes: Excise taxes are levied on specific goods, such as fuel, alcohol, tobacco, and luxury items. CPAs help businesses determine the applicable excise taxes, calculate the amount owed, and ensure timely payment and reporting.
5. Property Taxes: Real estate and personal property taxes are levied by local governments. CPAs help businesses assess their property tax liabilities, evaluate exemptions and deductions, and ensure accurate reporting and payment.
6. Employment Taxes: In addition to payroll taxes, businesses must also comply with employment taxes such as unemployment tax, state disability insurance tax, and workers’ compensation insurance. CPAs can provide guidance on these taxes, help with reporting and compliance, and assist in resolving any related issues.
7. Estimated Tax Payments: Businesses often need to make quarterly estimated tax payments to cover their expected tax liabilities. CPAs assist clients in estimating their tax obligations, calculating the required payments, and ensuring timely submission.
8. Business License and Permit Taxes: Some jurisdictions impose taxes or fees for obtaining business licenses and permits. CPAs can help clients understand the applicable requirements, calculate the taxes owed, and assist with compliance.