A Savvy Approach To Your Growth
AccountSavvy CPAS has worked with hundreds of business owners over the years to help them reduce their taxes, increase efficiency, and watch their businesses grow.
Accounting and Bookkeeping
In order for your records to be complete and accurate, we must track all information coming from your:
- Bank Statements
- Credit Card Statements
- Inventory Reports
- Point of Sale Systems
By using software like Quickbooks Desktop and Quickbooks Online, we are able to keep track of all these records and create financial reports every month/quarter/year
A happy employee means the world for any small business; that’s why payroll compliance is important. AccountSavvy CPAs can run payroll file the necessary forms so we can keep employees happy and create more time for you and your employees to grow the business.
- Hands off payroll with a payroll administrator.
- Portal for your employees to access their records
- Payroll Quarterly Filings
- Direct Deposit
- An actual person to talk to should any issues arise.
Corporate Tax Returns
The culmination of making sure our records are intact through a bookkeeping system is for the purpose of generation an end of year tax return. AccountSavvy CPAs files:
- 1065 (Multi-Member Limited Liability Companies)
- 1120-s (S-corporations)
- 1120 (C-Corporations)
- 1041 (Estate Returns)
This comes with knowing what enity is best for you during our initial review and consulation and coming up with the best strategy for your business.
Individual Tax Returns
The last piece of the puzzle! We take all the information throughout the year and create your 1040. We create a checklist of financial documents you receive and income received throughou the year. Some of these include:
- W2s & 1099s
- Real Estate Passive Income
- Brokerage and Bank Statements
- Mortgage Statements
- K1s through businesses you are involved in or own.
AccountSavvy CPAs likes to tax plan for it’s clients throughout the year and especiall year end. Based on your industry, there are multiple strategies that business owners can use to limit their tax exposure each year. Some of these strategies are.
- Payroll Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Estate Planning
- Expense & Depreciation Planning
Having a plan is imperative to any small business and when it comes to tax, it’s important to know what a small business owner can do to successfully lower their tax plan and drive more profits into their business.