If you are a new business owner or if you are starting a second business, we can provide the expertise and guidance that we know small businesses need in order build a strong foundation for their future. Our firm can guide you through the process of entity selection, provide valuable tax planning advice, and help you set up your accounting systems to most easily operate your business. Let our firm set you up for long-term success with a strong foundation to build and grow upon.
We'll ensure that you:
|Our Business Foundation Services include:|
Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, S Corp, C Corp and LLC
Benefits of each
Recommended Entity Selection
|Business Owner Education|
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|Employees vs. Contractors||✓|
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|Accounting Software System Setup & Training|
|Accounting system (QBO)
Chart of accounts setup
Linking bank accounts and credit cards
Day to day use
Running your payroll
|Advice on Receivables & Point of sale systems||✓|
|Advice on Business/Practice Management systems||✓|
|Receipts & Invoices||✓|
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Deferral of the excess business loss...
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