Individuals, business, non-profit organization, and Estate & Gift Tax
1. Tell us about your bookkeeping needs
2. We set up QuickBooks and customize it to fit your needs.
3. We collect, record, and classify your business transactions.
4. We interpret, analyze, and give you a tax-ready financial statements.
Using our payroll solution is more efficient and time saving than processing payroll yourself. Putting our expertise to work frees up countless hours that you can devote to other important parts of your business. You can focus your time and energy on profit producing activities such as generating more business, improving customer service, fine-tuning business operations or launching new products and services.
Don't underestimate the cost of processing payroll internally. Your time is valuable and hours spent and resources allocated to pay employees and maintain payroll paperwork can add up fast! Small and large businesses consistently save money by outsourcing the processing, tracking and filing of payroll.
Avoiding Penalties is another reason why you want us to handle the payroll for you. You never have to worry about paying penalties or interest due to a payroll or tax filing error. Our service is convenient, flexible—and above all, accurate. We guarantee it!
If it doesn't fit, you don't have to quit. All you need to do is find the right fit.
Dissolving your company could be for variety of reasons. For example, your existing type of business entity no longer serves its purpose because of the change in size, needs, of your company; bankruptcy, retirement, or a change in career direction. When a business entity is no longer doing business or even if it was never used for anything, it is very important that it follows the legal steps in dissolving as a legal entity.
A business corporation, S Corporation or LLC is an entity created under authority granted by the state. Its existence may only be terminated by the state. The Business Law provides a procedure for dissolving a corporation. All legal entities can only be dissolved through formal action, not by a letter or phone call. You remain liable for all taxes, assessments, fines, penalties and interest until you receive a certificate of dissolution from the Secretary of State.
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