Articles Posted in Tax Help

For any business, the worst thing that can happen is that you can find yourself in a 911 emergency urgent tax help situation. The IRS is known to be the toughest and most ruthless of all collection agencies on the planet. If you ever find yourself in trouble with the IRS, never consider going it alone. There are always avenues for you to turn and they do allow you to have a representative on your side. While its reputation is one of cold-heated, it is pretty fair, with all things considered. Our Whittier based firm works with clients in Los Angeles, Orange Counties and others nationwide.

For this article, we are going to focus our attention on three specific types of tax issues for businesses. These issues are very serious and should never be ignored, even if you don’t agree with them. Contacting the right representation firm for your 911 urgent tax help will make the difference between a positive or negative outcome.

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Cannabis-based businesses are some of the fastest growing business sectors in the country. With more and more states legalizing medical marijuana and also recreational use, dispensaries and grow operations are popping up all over. Unfortunately, there are a number of things that makes a cannabis business a challenge is that there are many unique situations that go into running an all-cash operation. You need to get EA, CPA help with Cannabis Accounting & Tax if you are going to have a thriving cannabis-based business in Los Angeles or Southern California.

Along with the accounting issues, it is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the country. That makes compliance and even more important consideration that funding. The last aspect is the taxes that have to be carefully monitors. The state and federal government each have their tax laws to consider and you have to be sure that you are dotting all your “I” and crossing all your “T”.

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As a taxpayer, one of the most daunting and potentially stressful times of the year is April 15th.

Staying in the good books of the IRS is imperative, not only for your finances and the reputation of your business, but also for your mental health and sanity in the process. This is where it pays to stay up to date with the various goings on in the world of taxation.

Lately, there has been a lot of talk surrounding R&D tax credits, and how they can potentially benefit large and small companies alike, regardless of which industry you happen to be involved in.

Of course, we recommend hiring a tax professional or seek our Los Angeles based professional tax services and providers if you wish to familiarize yourself with the intricacies of R&D tax credits, although to help make things that little bit easier, we’ll be looking at some important things to know below.

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As ruthless as the IRS can be, they aren’t completely heartless and they themselves know that businesses can’t be expected to hand over unreasonable amounts of profit every time they file their tax returns.

As a result of this, for people looking to save on your business taxes, the IRS is set up in such a way that it provides a series of tax savings, breaks aka deductions for individuals and business owners alike.

No Whittier, Los Angeles, or any other business owner wants to spend more money than they have to, and if you’re looking to maximize your profits and cut back on unnecessary spending, this is the perfect planning article for you.

Below we’ll be listing 6 useful planning tips from tax experts that will help you to save on your business taxes. If you’re not using the strategies set out below, hopefully you will by the time you’ve finished reading.

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For Los Angeles, and all over America, individuals or businesses who are concerned about the information they receive from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about their taxes, a tax account review – TAR may be the answer. For those who have complicated tax forms to fill out, a proper review by tax professionals may shed light on their current situation. In fact, many individuals have benefited in ways from a review that has helped them to pay less in taxes and keep more in their pocket.

What is a Tax Account Review or TAR, Discovery?

As the name implies, it is a review of the tax returns and other information of an individual or a business with the IRS and or the state. The goal is to provide a clear, comprehensive report about the taxpayer status with the IRS. This means a thorough review of previous tax returns, an overview of the income and expenses incurred by the taxpayer, and discovery of any new tax rules or regulations that may alter the taxes which are paid.

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It all started with the Tea Party in Boston, when American colonists protested British taxes levied “without representation.” The IRS didn’t come into being until 1862, to handle our first national income tax, 3% of income, levied to fund the Civil War. That tax expired in 1872, but again in the early twentieth century, just before World War I, Congress passed the Sixteenth Amendment, which imposed income taxes again. They haven’t expired since.

In a 1935 Supreme Court decision, a judge ruled that, “Any one may so arrange his affairs that his taxes shall be as low as possible…There is no patriotic duty to increase one’s taxes.” Most Americans think that people who cheat on their taxes are morally reprehensible and not good citizens, but they try to reduce their own tax bills legally.

Today, federal, state and local taxes add up to nearly 25% of the US Gross National Product, so they’re pretty adamant that you pay up. You have to pay taxes on income, payroll, sales, capital gains, property you own, dividends, goods you import, estates and gifts, and some fees. Even non-resident citizens are taxed on worldwide income.

With all these taxes to pay, it’s no wonder that sometimes people fall behind.

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A tax attorney, EA enrolled agent, CPA certified public accountant, provide tax audit representation to taxpayers who have never been audited in cooling down their anxieties and eliminating fear when the Internal Revenue Service checks in to conduct the audit. The first-time clients to be audited are not aware of what to expect during the inspection or what exactly is to be reviewed. An audit defense attorney, EA, CPA would, therefore, be needed to step in since they have vast experience and know what to expect during the tax audit. The fear will be dealt with if a competent EA, CPA, lawyer is hired.  It is in the best interest for taxpayers seeking representation is to hire an EA, attorney, CPA so they do not put their case at risk. This is because an attorney, CPA, EA exhibits confidence and knows how to go about answering questions asked by the taxman. A competent representative, power of attorney, being present will let the client be at ease.

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Looking to get your taxes and finances in order before the IRS comes knocking on your door? If so then rest assured that you are most definitely not alone. As we are now in tax season, taxpayers all across the country are starting to panic, dig out their receipts, and attempting to get their accounts in order as soon as possible. A select few however, are cool, calm, and collected. This is because those select few have made the wise decision to hire a professional tax expert (EA, CPA, attorney) to take care of their finances and accounts for them. When selecting a tax professional however, it’s important that you understand the choices available to you, and that you know the differences. Many people often confuse CPAs with tax attorneys and enrolled agents. While the three do share some similarities, in reality they are very different. To help show you what we mean, we’ll now look at the key differences between all three.

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Dear Client:

The following is a summary of important tax developments that occurred in October, November, and December of 2018 that may affect you, your family, your investments, and your livelihood. Please call us for more information about any of these developments and what steps you should implement to take advantage of favorable developments and to minimize the impact of those that are unfavorable.

Business meals. One of the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) disallows a deduction for any item with respect to an activity that is of a type generally considered to constitute entertainment, amusement, or recreation. However, the TCJA did not address the circumstances in which the provision of food and beverages might constitute entertainment. The new guidance clarifies that, as in the past, taxpayers generally may continue to deduct 50% of otherwise allowable business meal expenses if:

  1. The expense is an ordinary and necessary expense paid or incurred during the tax year in carrying on any trade or business;
  2. The expense is not lavish or extravagant under the circumstances;
  3. The taxpayer, or an employee of the taxpayer, is present at the furnishing of the food or beverages;
  4. The food and beverages are provided to a current or potential business customer, client, consultant, or similar business contact; and
  5. In the case of food and beverages provided during or at an entertainment activity, the food and beverages are purchased separately from the entertainment, or the cost of the food and beverages is stated separately from the cost of the entertainment on one or more bills, invoices, or receipts.

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We help individual and business taxpayers facing tax problems such as IRS-FTB-EDD-CDTFA-BOE tax audits, back tax debt, unfiled tax returns, employment 941 payroll problems in greater areas of Upland, Claremont, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Ontario in California.

Tax problems don’t go away, you must take action to avoid tax levies such as bank levies, and wage garnishments. The IRS-FTB-EDD-CDTFA-BOE can also file tax liens against your properties in Upland, Claremont, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana and Ontario.

Don’t let the tax agency ruin your life! Get tax relief today at 877-788-2937. 

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