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For Business Owners

Let us take care of your accounting and taxes so you can focus on growing your business.

As a business owner, you juggle many responsibilities. Managing and growing your business is a complicated process, and maintaining your company’s books (although essential) is a tedious, time-consuming task that takes your attention away from ensuring your company’s sustainability and growth.

Fortunately, we have the experience, the expertise and the time to shoulder your accounting responsibilities so that precious time becomes available to you for other purposes.

We have developed a comprehensive and affordable approach that is guaranteed to improve your company’s financial well-being.
From establishing timely billing and collection processes to decreasing expenses and providing financial projections to help you make informed decision, we have you covered!

We are positioned to work off-site or remotely, and our clients come from a wide range of industries. Our success has been built on your willingness to customize our accounting services for our clients’ unique needs.
We specialize in Quick Books Online (QBO) and adhere to impeccable confidentiality and security procedures.

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Whether you claim a business office in the home or are simply working at home, say because of COVID-19, you likely have some former personal assets that you now use for business. Ah, new tax deductions! Yep. Say you don’t claim a home-office deduction but now you are working at home and sitting in the… Read More

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Limited liability companies (LLCs) are a popular choice of entity for small businesses and investment activities. LLC owners are called members. Single-member LLCs have one owner, although spouses who jointly own an LLC in a community property state can elect treatment as a single member LLC for federal income tax purposes. We will call LLCs… Read More

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Here’s how renting out your home while you take a two-month vacation interacts with your ability to use the $500,000 home-sale exclusion ($250,000 if single). Remember, you have to use the home as a home for two of the five years before sale to qualify for the home-sale exclusion. Exclusion Rule The tax code allows… Read More

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The COVID-19 pandemic may create tax benefit opportunities for you and your family members. For example, you could hire your under-age-18 children, pay them, say, $10,000 each, and they could pay zero federal income taxes. And you or your corporation, the employer, would deduct the $10,000 you paid to each of the children. The child… Read More

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New IRS guidance expands the possibilities for what is an adverse COVID-19 impact on you for purposes of taking up to $100,000 out of your retirement accounts and repaying it without penalties. First, let’s look at the rules as they existed before this new IRS guidance. The CARES Act created the first set of favorable… Read More

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When you are self-employed with no employees, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a COVID-19 gift designed to help you get through this pandemic. If you now have your PPP funds, we have identified nine insights for you. 1. New Law, Enacted June 5, 2020, Creates Easier PPP Loan Forgiveness On Thursday, May 28, 2020,… Read More

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