"Taxes are one of the
single largest expenses small businesses have on an annual basis.
Yet these liabilities are ignored, mismanaged or not managed at all,
and are often dealt with as an afterthought. In short, small
businesses overpay their taxes every year."
We'd like to do something about that.
Dear Fellow Taxpayer,
Large businesses can afford the best
accounting and legal minds available to prevent overpayment of taxes.
They understand that taxes are a cost to be managed just like any other
business cost. The typical small business owner is so pressed for
time and intent on attempting to make his or her small business into a
large business that taxes tend to take a back seat to the many other
demands on their time.
As a result, most small businesses I've seen
in my 23 years of consulting have consistently overpaid their taxes without
having a clue that they are doing so. Even one very simple
planning technique missed can easily cost thousands of dollars, and most small business owners miss a lot more than one!
It's time to do something about that.
Tax liabilities are the single largest
expense most small businesses have other than their cost of products sold
and payroll. With corporate rates reaching 39 percent, state income
tax rates added on top of that, sales taxes, employment taxes, real and
personal property taxes, and so many other taxes each taking a bite out of
profits, how could it be otherwise?
The answer is simple: small business owners
must take the time to educate themselves on tax matters and tax planning.
Even if you have a tax preparer, accountant, CPA or tax attorney helping
you out, you will still overpay your taxes if you do not have an
understanding of the things you should be doing DURING the year to
minimize your taxes. If you do not think about taxes until it's time
to file your return, YOU ARE TOO LATE!
We have an answer for you. We
call it the "Small Business Tax Planning Chronicles" and
the first book in this series is ready for you now. Volume 1 covers
the basics of choosing a form of organization, overall accounting methods,
inventory accounting methods, general tax planning and a special section
on S Corporation elections. Each succeeding volume will present new
topics, build on previous
topics, address specific tax issues in great detail, and otherwise keep
you up to date on what you should be on top of during the year. We will be covering small business pension plans, home-based
businesses, employer versus subcontractor issues, handling IRS and state
tax audits, offers in compromise and much more.
A new volume will be released at a rate of
one per month until the set is complete. Each volume will be
updated as necessary to account for new laws and new interpretations of
the law. When complete, this series will be the most thorough,
continually updated investigation of small business tax planning in
existence. In the meantime, each volume stands on its own as a
valuable information source with respect to the specific topics it covers.
Begin now and start managing your taxes to improve your profitability.
We hope you will start your educational
journey with us today. Make the commitment to stop wasting your
Volume 1 is available now for immediate download:
Small Business Tax Planning Chronicles - Volume 1
by: Cary Christian,
CPA, MCP, SCSE, SCFS, SCAD
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