Business Tax Preparation for Corporations
If your company is listed as a corporation, the preparing, filing, and paying of taxes is a complicated web of rules, regulations, forms, and deadlines. Trying to keep up with the requirements for corporate tax return preparation and filing can be exasperating, time-consuming and, if done improperly, fiscally devastating. To make sure all aspects of this process are handle appropriately, successful businesses regularly turn to licensed CPAs, such as Chandler & Knowles. At Chandler & Knowles, we provide tax preparation for corporations to make sure this key aspect of a business is handled accurately in accordance with national, state, and local tax laws.
The Rules of the Game for Corporations and Their Taxes
While there may be similar ground rules when it comes to different business structures, corporations face some of the toughest regulations regarding their tax responsibilities. Regardless of whether you are an S or a C corporation, the IRS may hold you liable for Income Tax, paying Estimated Taxes, Employment Taxes, and Excise Taxes. The paperwork alone covers more than a dozen publications and hundreds of pages – not including all of the state and local tax requirements that are in play. Instead of trying to swim through the murky waters of gov-speak and risking serious financial penalties, put your trust in Chandler & Knowles for a complete range of corporation tax preparations services.
Why Chandler & Knowles for Corporation Tax Services?
Working with the licensed corporate tax return preparation team at Chandler & Knowles means having a collective of professionals who know the ins and outs of the tax codes and who are dedicated to taking care of the financial health of your business. Among the services we provide are:
- Collecting and collating all financial data
- Determining all allowable expenses and deductions
- Finding deductions that you may have been missing
- Minimizing the amount of taxes owed
- Timely and accurate filing and payment of estimated taxes
- Delivering regular reports on the financial status of your business
To enhance our tax preparation services for corporations, we stay abreast of changes in the law so that your business is always in compliance. Also, as a licensed CPA firm, we are permitted to appear before the IRS on your behalf to discuss and address questions that may arise. And, as we become increasingly familiar with your company, we are well-positioned to offer sound financial advice on the best ways to minimize your tax liabilities. Because we know the rules of the game, we make it easier for you to be successful and pay only the amount required--not a penny more.
We Provide More than Corporation Tax Services
At Chandler & Knowles, our services are not limited to corporate tax return preparation. We provide a full-range of accounting and financial management services for businesses as well as their employees, including payroll management, benefits administration, accounting systems management, retirement planning, and much more. With a dedicated focus on the fiscal health of our clients, we work diligently on your behalf to ensure your company’s well-being in every area of your enterprise. Give us a call today at 817-406-3827 or fill out our online form.
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"I recommend Chandler & Knowles CPA's without hesitation, and we look forward to working with Rochelle, Kristy and the rest of the C&K staff for another 7 years and beyond!"
~ Tony Rex, CEO of Medical Experts of Texas, P.A./Premier Inpatient Management Services, LLC
They are a great company to trust with all of your tax needs. They are good people and I enjoy my relationship with them. And it truly is a relationship, not just a service I use once a year.
~ Rick Schenck, UPS Business Owner
Great people. Effective. Efficient. Competent. Unlikely you would find a better, or even equal, CPA firm in the DFW Metroplex, and likely in the State.
~ Todd Benton
"The staff at Chandler & Knowles CPAs could not be better! They are always friendly, accommodating, and efficient. Their quick return/response time is greatly appreciated, as customer service is an uncommon practice during this day and time."
~ Tracy Richards
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