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“In America, there are two tax systems; one for the informed and one for the uninformed. Both systems are legal.””

Judge Learned Hand

Small Business Taxes and Accounting Pie Chart


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Every year the government says it is simplifying taxes, but every year the tax laws continue to get more complicated. We are here to simplify your taxes. Although there are a lot of choices to make when starting or expanding your business, we will help you make the right decisions for you.

It’s your best interests that we are here to serve. That is our rule 1, 2 and 3. After all, you are always our most important client when we are performing your work.

You get started in business by making a choice of entity. Here are the most common options available in California:

   1.  Sole Proprietorship
   2.  General Partnership
   3.  Limited Liability Company
   4.  Limited Liability Partnership
   5.  C Corporation
   6.  S Corporation

There are both tax and nontax considerations.

One nontax consideration would include protecting personal assets from the creditors of your business.

Tax considerations are numerous and can get complicated depending on which way the wind is blowing in congress. We thoroughly discuss the choices with you and will make a specific recommendation based on what best fits your situation.

Tax decisions to make include:

   1.  Taxable Year End
   2.  Cash, Accrual or Another Method of Accounting
   3.  Method of Inventory Valuation
   4.  Depreciation Methods
   5.  Owner’s Draw or Salary
   6.  Retirement Plan (if appropriate)

But you don’t need to be overwhelmed by these decisions with us at your side. We have over 25 years of experience and we know how to get you comfortable with what you need to know and when you need to know it.

Your job is to make the money. Our job is to support your efforts. Let us show you how.

Let’s get started with a complimentary tax consultation, where we will answer your questions, assess your situation and recommend a course of action. We can be reached at (408) 378-9500 or by completing the form at Contact Us.