Published on : Jun 22 2011
Owning a small business is stressful enough without worrying about looming tax deadlines, or being surprised by a huge tax bill. The best way to avoid tax complications is to have a small business accounting and tax expert on your side.
Whether you have boxes overflowing with receipts or a flash drive with your QuickBooks records, we’ll sit with you and create a system that will help you keep more of your hard-earned dollars. You’ll feel peace of mind that you have a solid plan with up-to-date tax records and more importantly, no surprises.
Tax Services can include:
· Federal, state and local business and personal income tax preparation
· Sales tax questions, issues and payments
· Unemployment taxes
· Tax estimates and tax extension requests
· Tax planning for now and years to come
Should your tax documentation be selected for review by the IRS, your PASBA accountant will meet with you, prepare documentation, and plan how to best proceed. Rest assured that we'll be with you every step of the way.
With a PASBA member accountant or bookkeeper, you’ll be better able to focus on your small business and not worry about missed tax deadlines and April tax ‘surprises.’
Are you ready to Find a PASBA Accountant?
PASBA member accountants bring the collective resources of a nationwide network of Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents and other practitioners available to answer your tax and financial questions and streamline your business accounting, bookkeeping, and payroll operations. To find a trusted accountant in your area, visit www.SmallBizAccountants.com.
Please be advised that, based on current IRS rules and standards, any advice contained herein is not intended to be used, nor can it be used, for the avoidance of any tax penalty that the IRS may assess related to this matter. Any information contained in this article, whether viewed or subsequently printed, cannot be relied upon as qualified tax and accounting advice. Any information contained in this article does not fall under the guidelines of IRS Circular 230.
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