Our full-service bookkeeping solution allows you to turn over all of your time-consuming back office bookkeeping tasks to us. We will act as your internal accounting department, freeing you from the tedium of day-to-day bookkeeping responsibilities and allowing you to get back to what you enjoy best: managing your business. Rely on our experienced professionals for journal entries, bank reconciliations, sales tax reporting, payroll processing, payroll tax preparation and reporting, fixed asset management, property tax renditions, vendor maintenance, year-end reporting, and more. With your trusted partners on the job, there is never any concern about the reliability of the data. Your worries are eliminated.
Simply upload your financial information through the secure client portal found on our website, and we will perform your daily bookkeeping duties off-site. We take the guesswork out of your financial status with convenient online access to your information. A quick and accurate picture of your business activity is always just a few clicks away.
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On September 22, 2016, the IRS issued an alert warning taxpayers to be on guard for fake emails purporting to contain an IRS tax bill related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The email attachment is usually an IRS Notice CP2000. The fraudulent email and IRS Notice CP2000 usually have the following...
The IRS is sounding the alarm that certain taxpayers may experience delays in receiving refunds associated with the filing of their 2016 tax returns.
Those individuals who are claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit and/or the Additional Child Tax Credit will likely experience a delay in the receipt of their refunds especially if they file early in the season. New laws...
Beware of Back to School Phone Scams
The IRS has issued a warning to parents and students that scammers are engaging in a new telephone tax scam. The scammers call the parents and/or the student and make a demand for the immediate payment of non-exisent taxes such as a "Federal Student Tax". The scammers threaten to report the...