Taxes * Payroll * Bookkeeping * Representation * Consultation
Confused about whether you should be operating as a sole proprietor, LLC, partnership, or corporation. Furthermore, what type of LLC? What type of partnership? What type of corporation?
These are legitimate and mind numbing questions. Luckily, we can help you go through your situation in detail and help you decide which entity is best for you. In most cases, we will also be able to help you get your entity created.
Once your entity choice is made and created, we won't leave you there. We will let you know how to properly maintain your entity. We will let you know of who to inform that you have a new entity; such as your bank and insurance company. We will walk you through the process from beginning to end and make sure you are started correctly.
We provide this service not only to new ventures, but existing ventures also that are either growing and winding down and would like to inquire about a more tax advantageous business entity choice.
Already keep your own books and just need us to look it over for tax purposes. Not a problem, we can help there also.
The general ledger is the core of your company's financial records. All transactions of your business flow through the general ledger. A problem with your general ledger throws off all of your books.
Having us review your general ledger on a monthly basis helps you hunt down any discrepancies such as double billings or unrecorded payments. Then, we can fix these discrepancies to make sure your books are always accurate.
General Ledger Clean Up and Review
Thinking about starting a new company or just have questions about your current company? We can assist with everything from company creation all the way to company liquidation when it is time to wind down.
Business Entity Selection
Paying employees and staying current on weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll reports can be a terrifying task for the small business owner. We are here to help!
We complete all your federal and state payroll filings for you.
Why do you need to keep a set of books?
Every business owner needs to know how their money is being spent. More importantly, you need to know what products and/or services are generating the most profits and which one's are costing you money. Know what is going on now so you can plan for the future.
Reconcile Bank and Credit Accounts
Profit & Loss Income Statement