We understand that manufacturing businesses are unique—having to deal with complex inventories, volumes of forms, and always seeking ways to operate more efficiently within various markets. Our professionals have years of experience serving these specific industries—providing tax and accounting services customized for your needs.
Operating a successful manufacturing business can be overwhelming, considering the complexity of tax regulations and paperwork involved. Our firm is keenly aware of these and other specific challenges you face—including restructuring operations, cutting costs, and implementing new systems. Our professionals work in partnership with you to identify helpful resolutions to these issues, as well as help you unlock the full potential of your organization, mitigate your tax burden and grow your business.
We provide added value to our clients by offering QuickBooks expertise. Our QuickBooks ProAdvisor certifications ensure that we can effectively guide you on system setup, navigation and features…as well as ensure that you maximize the power of the system to keep your books in order.
Small businesses: Stay clear of a severe payroll tax penalty
One of the most laborious tasks for small businesses is managing payroll. But it’s critical that you not only withhold the right amount of taxes from employees’ paychecks but also that you pay them over to the federal government on time.
If you willfully fail to do so, you could...
Thinking about converting from a C corporation to an S corporation?
The right entity choice can make a difference in the tax bill you owe for your business. Although S corporations can provide substantial tax advantages over C corporations in some circumstances, there are plenty of potentially expensive tax problems that you should assess before making the decision to...
Selling securities by year end? Avoid the wash sale rule
If you’re planning to sell assets at a loss to offset gains that have been realized during the year, it’s important to be aware of the “wash sale” rule.
How the rule works
Under this rule, if you sell stock or securities for a loss and buy substantially...