As an IRS enrolled agent, Jeffrey Yovanovich, EA, offers a full spectrum of tax, bookkeeping and accounting services including client representation before the Internal Revenue Service. As a trusted tax advisor, I put the client's best interests in the forefront by utilizing tax planning techniques to minimize tax liability and maximize return come tax time.
In life, it's said that two things are certain - death and taxes. However, in business, there's only one certainty: Taxes.
Tax obligations go hand-in-hand with running a business. From the federal government on down to city hall, you need to be aware of which taxes your business needs to pay, how much in taxes you owe, and when you need to file.
Make a mistake, and your tax bill grows. At the same time, if you plan ahead, take the right available deductions, and prepare your tax returns accurately, you can save on the amount of taxes your business must pay. Taxes may be the least favorite topic for small business owners, but it's one of the most important. The steps you take before the end of the tax year can help your business save money almost immediately. At the same time, the beginning of the next tax year is an excellent time to review whether you are maximizing your deductions and maybe even get a second opinion on additional ways you can save on taxes.
Failing to manage your taxes properly means that your business might wind up in trouble. Knowing how to minimize the amount of taxes you pay means that you get to keep more of the money you earn.
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Tax & Accounting Services