Looking For a New CPA For Your S Corporation?
If you’re looking for a CPA firm to provide tax accounting services, we’d like to encourage you to reach out to our firm. We’re always honored when someone considers us for tax return preparation, tax planning, business accounting, QuickBooks consulting and related services. Furthermore, for many small businesses and business owners, we offer a truly compelling mix of services and skills.
Taking the Next Step
Ready to reach out? Here’s what we’d suggest. Call (425-881-7350) or email us using the contact form below. Be ready to talk a bit about what you’re looking for and where you might want help. We’ll diligently help you discern whether our offerings match your requirements.
A request: If you do email, it’s really useful if you tell us a bit about your business situation and investment activities as well as any tax complexities (such as international or multistate reporting) in order to put your comments into context. Also, if you email, do let us know if you’ve got any special concerns or urgent issues.
What You Can Expect From Us
Our goal is to respond to all requests or queries within two working days. For example, if you email us end of day some Friday afternoon, we will try to return to reconnect with you by end of day Tuesday afternoon. Do note that during the final days of tax season (for example, close to the March 15 corporate tax return deadline or close to the April 15 partnership and individual tax return deadline), our response times may suffer.
And a final comment or suggestion: If you operate your business as an S corporation, do poke around the pages of this website (particularly the FAQ articles). You’ll learn lots about how we approach S corporation tax accounting and planning from your review.
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Additional Information You May Find Useful
If you want additional information about how to maximize the tax savings related to running a business or investment venture, you may also be interested in one of our downloadable e-books (see descriptions below). Each book covers a category of tax planning topics that easily save a business owner significant amounts of income or self-employment taxes (potentially thousands of dollars a year) and is instantly downloadable.
Often the best tax saving tool private companies have? The Section 199A deduction which allows them to avoid taxes on the last 20 percent of their income.Read More
Using an S corporation for your business? To maximize savings, you need to minimize the salary paid to shareholders. But this decision is tricky.Read More
Nearly secret, the federal government's employee retention credits provide tremendous payroll tax savings for most small businesses... A new book from our firm explains.Info here