Tax Services for Small Businesses

Business Registration

  • Choice of entity and tax ramifications
  • Tax optimization of foreign ownership structure
  • Incorporation in all 50 states
  • Application for EIN (SS-4)
  • Tax due diligence for mergers and acquisitions


Proper bookkeeping is  an essential tool to your business. Where you are now, what happened, and what you need to adjust to meet your long term goals are questions that cannot be answered without proper bookkeeping. You can maintain your books with day-to-day accounting by yourself. we can help you:

  • bookkeeping set-up
  • monthly bank Acounts, A/R and A/P reconciliations;
  • quarterly income & expense report & PL statement
  • Year-end balance sheet and income and deduction summary

Payroll Services

All the employers are required to do payroll processing if they hire employees. It requires an initial registration. It requires payroll tax withholding, payroll tax return preparation and remittance of the withheld payroll taxes to the various governmental agencies throughout the year.

  • Initial registration of payroll and unemployment with federal and state tax authorities as required by law;
  • new employees set-up and new hire report with states;
  • calculation of withholding and payroll taxes;
  • Filing of quarterly and yearly federal and state payroll and unemployment tax returns;
  • timely remitting payroll tax liability to the various governmental agencies.

Sales and Use Tax Service

If you are selling products that are subject to sales tax, then you  collect and submit the sales taxes to the corresponding governmental agencies. We can help you each step along the way:

  • registering for a sales tax permit;
  • obtaining your resellers license;
  • calculating and paying your sales taxes;
  • Preparation and e-filing your sales tax returns.

Tax planning for small businesses

There are much more tax planning strategies available to small business. Some are at the owner’s individual tax, and some at the business itself. tax planning is an ongoing process which looks at various tax options to determine when, whether, and how to conduct business and personal transactions to reduce or eliminate tax liability. It is to your benefit to review your income and expenses monthly and meet with your CPA or tax advisor quarterly to analyze how you can take full advantage of the provisions, credits and deductions that are legally available to you.

  • Business structures
  • Capital purchase
  • Depreciation schedule
  • Compensation & distributions
  • Employees health insurance and fringe benefits