We serve individuals, contractors and small businesses
Individuals who received a W2
Although W2s were meant to convey what you paid in taxes as a traditional employee, this by no-means translates into ease of use. Multiple boxes, seemingly different amounts of income, different statutory codes – all of these can plague you. To top it all off, you probably get more tax information than just a W2. You might have student loans, an IRA or different types of life scenarios with different tax consequences.
We understand you don’t want to spend precious time translating tax laws. In the end, all you want to do is file your taxes without having to study the tax code. That’s where we come in: you focus on making the money, leave the tax calculations to us.
Contractors who received a 1099
As a contractor, you probably feel underrepresented in your tax classification. You fall somewhere between a statutory employee and a small business owner. The income you receive from contract jobs isn’t from an employer, yet you don’t have the diversity of clients generally to be colloquially classified as a small business. It’s easy to feel lost in the shuffle, and your taxes reflect this middle category because while you’re subject to much more complex tax regulations than statutory employee taxpayers, you also don’t have the perks of being an incorporated business.
The self-employment tax, Schedule C, and quarterly payments come to mind when you are a contractor. If all of these added forms complicate your tax situation to the point you want to scream, don’t fret; you’re not alone. We can help you prepare your taxes to make sure you make proper deductions, so that you minimize your tax burden, while also keeping you out of trouble with Uncle Sam and the IRS.
So whether it’s helping you with your quarterly payments or end-of-the-year Form 1040, we’re ready to help you with your taxes.
Small business owners with 5 employees or fewer
If you own a small business, even if you are the only employee, you certainly know it. Long hours, strategy concerns, and cash flow issues, all point to the fact that you’re a small business owner. You’re a manager, a salesman, and an executive all rolled into one. Not to mention, you have a personal life, too. Wearing one more hat when tax season hits is probably enough to give you a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. We’re here to ease those tax butterflies.
We’re well-versed in all aspects of business taxation, including: sales tax reporting, Texas franchise taxes, federal income taxes, and payroll tax issues. We utilize the full arsenal of the tax code to help your small business run lean and mean, so you can feel confident as you approach tax season each year as you file your taxes.