Preparing your own income tax return can be a task that leaves you with more questions than answers. According to a study released by the US Government’s General Accounting Office last year, most taxpayers believe they benefited from using a professional tax preparer. Whether we like it or not, today’s tax laws are so complicated that filing a relatively simple return can be confusing. It is just too easy to overlook deductions and credits to which you are entitled. Even if you use a computer software program there’s no substitute for the assistance of an experienced tax professional.
The primary objective of our tax services group is to minimize a client’s overall tax burden whenever and wherever possible. In order to achieve this, our tax services are directed primarily toward constructive tax planning beginning early in the year and maintaining close contact with our clients throughout the year.
Many individuals and business owners have unpleasant tax surprises each year, when tax planning is the clear alternative. We believe that tax planning based on your identified needs, is one of our primary chores. Our tax planning approach not only eliminates the need for tax reaction (and surprises), it allows our clients to get (and keep) the most from the money they earn.
We stay on the top of tax law changes throughout the year to ensure that you are taking advantage of all tax incentives.
Preparing tax returns
We are very knowledgeable and eager to use our expertise in preparation of income tax returns for individuals, corporations, partnerships, non-profit organizations, estates and trusts, as well as federal and state estate tax returns.
Other Tax Problems
- IRS and State Audits Representation
- IRS and State Liens, Levies, Seizures
- Non-Filed Tax Returns
- IRS and California Payment Plan-Installment Agreement
- Wage Garnishments
- Offer in Compromise
- Back Taxes Owed
- Payroll Tax Problems
In modern society it is not unusual for medium or even small business to cross the border in their business operations and transactions. Entering new markets also means entering new taxing jurisdictions, with the potential for double taxation of the same items of income. Through carefully considered structuring decisions, adverse tax surprises can be kept to a minimum. We can also help foreign companies manage their U.S., state and local tax obligations.