Business Income Tax Returns
We will use our experience and expertise to prepare corporate tax returns (for profit and nonprofit corporations). We also have experience preparing state and local tax returns. We prepare and compile information that is necessary to protect your interests.
Individual Income Tax Returns
With so many changing tax laws it can often be confusing and very easy to overlook deductions and credits to which you are entitled. We can help you with the completion of your tax return. If you have taken on the challenge of preparing your own tax return or have had it done elsewhere we will be happy to review it for you.
If you own your own small business and need a Schedule C prepared you will benefit from the knowledge of our seasoned tax professionals.
Sales and Use Tax Returns
We have extensive experience with Sales and Use Tax Returns. A report must be filed for the first month you started selling or purchasing items subject to Sales Tax. You must file a report every month. The return must be filed and paid by the 20th of the month following the period for which the tax is due. Delinquent reports will create stiff late penalties. We keep abreast of all county tax rate changes for accurate Sales Tax filing.
Business Personal Property Tax Returns
If you own a business you must file a return. You are responsible for reporting all taxable personal property. Many businesses fail to realize the close relationship that their annual Business Personal Property Tax Return has to their Company Financial Statements. We will use our professional experience to help you accurately depreciate and value your business assets so your property will be appraised properly at its fair market value.
Business License Renewals
Proper licensing of your business is an essential part of managing your business.
Business and occupational tax certificates expire on December 31st of each year and depend upon accurate actual gross receipt figures. It is vital that your annual business license renewal be performed in a timely manner to avoid the assessment of late payment penalties and interest charges.