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“Best Ever! I go here every year. Feel confident everything possible was taken care of in the proper way. Super polite attentive quick informative and on schedule.”

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“Been going here the past few years to have taxes prepared. Charles has always been professional and explains and answers questions in a way that is easily understood. Tax time is always stressful but going here helps immensely.”

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Is Tax Preparation right for you?

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 (77% of 71 million 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.

Here’s what you get…

A personal interview with one of our tax professionals to uncover and discuss all deductions to which you are legitimately entitled.
Your tax return will be checked and rechecked by our staff and computer software identifying potential problems the IRS may look at more closely and reviewing the math to limit IRS contacts.

Not only do you get the initial tax interview to uncover more deductions and tax strategies, but you have access to your tax advisor year round!

Your tax return can be filed electronically so you will get a refund back quicker.

Our tax professionals will show you how to adjust your payroll withholding to get more money back each week. Why give the IRS an interest free loan for up to 16 months?

We will show you potential deductions to limit your tax liability for next year.

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Have you ever seen the title EA next to a tax professional’s name and wonder what it means? Or maybe you’re familiar with the title and you’re curious about the differences between an EA and CPA? Either way, in this blog I will be answering these frequently asked...

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Yes, I know, tax terminology feels like a whole new language. For most people all of tax forms can be even more confusing than a foreign language. What’s the difference between itemized deduction and standard deduction? What’s Income tax?  These words and more tax...

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Free One Hour Discovery meeting for business owners looking for an advisor to help them with their taxes or accounting.

S-Corp & Partnership Filing Deadline

TX - June 15th, 2021

Non-TX - May 17th, 2021

Individual, Estate, Trust, & C-Corp Filing Deadlines

TX - June 15th, 2021

Non-TX - May 17th, 2021

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How To Accurately Record Commuting Mileage and Increase Tax Deductions

Increase Tax Deductions With the Business-Mileage Rule Using the Business Mileage tax deduction can be tricky. There are lots of situations that count while others do not. We don’t like commuting mileage. You should dislike it, too. It’s personal. It’s not deductible....

Bookkeeping 101

As a new business owner, you will certainly have some responsibilities you won’t be able to avoid. One of those non-negotiable part of your business is producing financial statements. It can be overwhelming trying to master a topic such as bookkeeping but don’t worry...

Bankruptcy – Everything You Need to Know

Everything you need to know Filing for bankruptcy protection is considered a statement on your ability to repay your debt to your creditors. Filing for bankruptcy will also put a halt to foreclosure or legal actions against you, and it stops creditors from calling and...

Top Tax Tips for 2023

Tax Refunds May Be Smaller This Year Plan now to learn these 2023 tax tips avoid surprises in the future! If you’re expecting a tax refund in 2023, it may be smaller than last year, according to the IRS. Your annual balance is based on taxable income, calculated by...

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Have you ever seen the title EA next to a tax professional’s name and wonder what it means? Or maybe you’re familiar with the title and you’re curious about the differences between an EA and CPA? Either way, in this blog I will be answering these frequently asked...

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Yes, I know, tax terminology feels like a whole new language. For most people all of tax forms can be even more confusing than a foreign language. What’s the difference between itemized deduction and standard deduction? What’s Income tax?  These words and more tax...

History of Federal Income Tax Rates: 1913 – 2021

The United States federal government levies taxes on the income of its citizens and legal residents. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the agency responsible for collecting these taxes.  Federal income tax rates have changed several times since 1913, when the...

Never Too Young To Learn About Taxes

Taxes is a topic that affects us young and old – whether we are worrying about how much taxes to pay if you win the lottery or buying your first item as a kid for $10.00 and realizing sales tax is a thing and it truly costs more than $10.00. While taxes do serve a...

Ten Proven Strategies For Saving Big Money As An S Corp Owner

Are you tired of paying massive amounts of money to the government? Strategy is essential when it comes to anything in life, but especially when it comes to saving money. Many different techniques can be used when it comes to slashing taxes as an S-Corp owner; each...

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Independent contractors are a vital part of the American workforce. They work for themselves, usually providing services to other businesses. While this setup offers many advantages to both the contractor and the hiring business, it can also create tax problems.   You...

Dates to Remember

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Free One Hour Consultation for any new business owner looking for an advisor to help them with their taxes or financials.

S-Corp & Partnership Filing Deadline

TX - June 15th, 2021

Non-TX - March 15th, 2021

Individual, Estate, Trust, & C-Corp Filing Deadlines

TX - June 15th, 2021

Non-TX - April 15th, 2021

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12/23/2022 to 1/3/2023

We will be closing the office to allow our staff to spend time with their families for the holidays.

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