Tax Ideas

They say there are only two certain things in life: death and taxes.  And while you can’t avoid paying taxes altogether, there are many things you can do lower the amount you have to pay.  Smart tax planning is not just about knowing which deductions and credits will ensure a bigger refund.  Smart tax planning also involves thinking about, and engaging in, methods to legally lower your tax burden throughout the year.  Our goal is simple: to proactively help you to arrange all of your financial affairs, personal and business, in order to minimize your taxes.  That’s where we leave other CPAs behind.  That’s how we make a difference in our clients’ lives and businesses.    Below are timely articles and a compilation of our most frequently asked questions related to business and personal income taxes.

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