Tax & Financial Advisory

How we can help you

Planning is the key to successfully and legally reducing your tax liability. We go beyond tax compliance and proactively recommend tax saving strategies to maximize your after-tax income.

We make it a priority to enhance our mastery of the current tax law, complex tax code, and new tax regulations by attending frequent tax seminars.

Businesses and individuals pay the lowest amount of taxes allowable by law because we continually look for ways to minimize your taxes throughout the year, not just at the end of the year

Benefits of Tax Planning

Grow and preserve assets by keeping Uncle Sam out of your pockets.

Defer income so you can keep your money now and pay less taxes later.

Reduce taxes on your…

  • income so you keep more of what you make.
  • estate so your family keeps more of what you’ve made.
  • gifts so you can give more.
  • investments so you can grow your wealth faster.
  • retirement distributions so you can retire in style.

Common Tax Strategies

  • Shifting income or expenses from one year to another in order to have them fall where they will be taxed at a lower rate.
  • Deferring tax liabilities through certain investments such as pension plans or other tax sheltered investments.
  • Using certain investments to produce income that is exempt from either federal or state tax.
  • Understanding when certain things you enjoy are possibly partially, or even fully, deductible, such as a vacation home.

Remember, we work for you, not for the IRS. Numerous clients save many times our fee in reduced tax liability through careful planning and legitimate tax strategies.

Tailored to You

We aren't your average tax firm. We specialize in helping you maximize your tax situation and live more comfortably.

Education Focused

We guarantee you will learn something new. If you are looking for an average experience, we probably aren't the firm for you.

Relationship Based

We started business 40 years ago out of the Molen's home and to this day, we still treat our clients like family.

 

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The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

As a result of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) passed by the Senate on Wednesday March 25, 2020 and passed by the House of Representatives and signed into law by the President on March 27, 2020 provides multiple avenues of relief...

Amending Your Tax Return – the How, Why and When

When should you amend your tax return? So, we are all on the same foot, amending your tax return is basically sending the IRS a new tax return, correcting errors made on the last tax return you filed for that year. You technically can amend more than once, but it is...

Coronavirus Relief Bill “Phase 3”

This is a summary of Phase 3 of the bill BEFORE it was published. Read more on the passed bill and what it means for your business here.   There is a lot going around the media and it is hard to stay up to date. One of the hardest things as a business owner is...

Coronavirus Relief Bill “Phase 2”

In addition to the extension of the tax filing deadline to July 15, 2020, the Emergency Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), has now been signed into law by President Trump and takes effect April 2. It will remain effective until December 31,...

Small Business Coronavirus Resources: SBA Loans

This article was written before Phase 3 of the CARE Act was published. Read more on this here. There is a lot going around the media and it is hard to stay up to date. One of the hardest things as a business owner is getting access to good information. It is our...

How Can I Talk to a Live Agent at the IRS?

For many taxpayers the most frustrating part about doing their taxes is getting ahold of a real person at the IRS. The IRS is understaffed and unprepared to take on the daily volume of phone calls  they receive. Unfortunately, this has caused callers to struggle with...

What’s the Deal with the COVID-19 Tax Extension?

***EDIT: On 3/20/2020, “All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties,” Mr. Mnuchin said on Twitter.*** Here’s the short and sweet answer: The tax-filing deadline will remain April 15, but the IRS...

Don’t Let Your Finances Get the Virus

While it may not seem like it at first, I promise this won’t be another news article to drive more hysteria. There is already plenty of that going around. It also won’t be a regurgitation of the CDC advice on how to stop the virus from spreading. Coronavirus not only...

Law Enforcement Tax Advice for 1099 Income

Security extra jobs are a hot button issue for officers and their unions. Some argue that officers should not work outside their capacity as a full-time public servant, but others require the additional income to pay the bills. In Houston, Texas it is common for full...

10 Steps in Searching for an Accountant

Whether it be for personal, business, or tax purposes; finding the right accountant for you is quite important. The consequences that come with having a poor accountant are too significant for someone to simply go with whatever person a friend/family member is using,...

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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.

Latest News

The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

As a result of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) passed by the Senate on Wednesday March 25, 2020 and passed by the House of Representatives and signed into law by the President on March 27, 2020 provides multiple avenues of relief...

Amending Your Tax Return – the How, Why and When

When should you amend your tax return? So, we are all on the same foot, amending your tax return is basically sending the IRS a new tax return, correcting errors made on the last tax return you filed for that year. You technically can amend more than once, but it is...

Coronavirus Relief Bill “Phase 3”

This is a summary of Phase 3 of the bill BEFORE it was published. Read more on the passed bill and what it means for your business here.   There is a lot going around the media and it is hard to stay up to date. One of the hardest things as a business owner is...

Coronavirus Relief Bill “Phase 2”

In addition to the extension of the tax filing deadline to July 15, 2020, the Emergency Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), has now been signed into law by President Trump and takes effect April 2. It will remain effective until December 31,...

Small Business Coronavirus Resources: SBA Loans

This article was written before Phase 3 of the CARE Act was published. Read more on this here. There is a lot going around the media and it is hard to stay up to date. One of the hardest things as a business owner is getting access to good information. It is our...

How Can I Talk to a Live Agent at the IRS?

For many taxpayers the most frustrating part about doing their taxes is getting ahold of a real person at the IRS. The IRS is understaffed and unprepared to take on the daily volume of phone calls  they receive. Unfortunately, this has caused callers to struggle with...

What’s the Deal with the COVID-19 Tax Extension?

***EDIT: On 3/20/2020, “All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties,” Mr. Mnuchin said on Twitter.*** Here’s the short and sweet answer: The tax-filing deadline will remain April 15, but the IRS...

Don’t Let Your Finances Get the Virus

While it may not seem like it at first, I promise this won’t be another news article to drive more hysteria. There is already plenty of that going around. It also won’t be a regurgitation of the CDC advice on how to stop the virus from spreading. Coronavirus not only...

Law Enforcement Tax Advice for 1099 Income

Security extra jobs are a hot button issue for officers and their unions. Some argue that officers should not work outside their capacity as a full-time public servant, but others require the additional income to pay the bills. In Houston, Texas it is common for full...

10 Steps in Searching for an Accountant

Whether it be for personal, business, or tax purposes; finding the right accountant for you is quite important. The consequences that come with having a poor accountant are too significant for someone to simply go with whatever person a friend/family member is using,...

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Houston, TX 77066

info@molentax.com

Phone: (281) 440-6279

Fax: (281) 716-6000

 

Tax Season Hours

Mon - Fri - 8:00am-8:00pm

Saturday - 9am-1:00pm

Sunday - Closed

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