For Small Businesses

What our Clients are saying

Most of my adult life I have enjoyed being an entrepreneur. There have been good years, challenging years and amazingly successful years. I’ve learned a lot about business simply by being in business. But, it wasn’t until I started engaging Utah Real Estate Accountants, that I discovered the priceless value of an accounting firm that understands business.Janet has helped me focus on goals and outcomes, “the difference that makes the difference”. More than ever, I am putting my attention and resources into those actions that will produce the biggest return. Until I found the “Super Accountant”, I had no idea what I was missing. You owe it to your business and your life…get the accounting firm that understands business. – Sterling Anderson, Realtor®

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2018 Tax Season Reflections From A Salt Lake County Tax Professional

As I write, it's the day before tax day (which is Tuesday the 17th), and we are pushing hard during this final stretch. The phone is ringing off the hook, and my email inbox is overflowing. Another year, another tax day in Salt Lake County. In all seriousness, today...

Janet Behm’s 2017 Tax Document Checklist

Yes, the calendar reads 2018, but the IRS of course, is living in the past. As you probably know, we are now beginning the process of doing something we're pretty good at: effectively, legally, and ethically reporting our Salt Lake County clients' business financial...

Let’s Start a Conversation…

I won’t pretend to have ALL the answers, but I’m going to do my best to give you information from the “real world”.

Thinking Bigger About Your Salt Lake County Business

Beware of the "summer sloth". Instead of falling into that trap, what if you take this season to clear away the garbage and focus on what's really on your plate, and what you really need to grow? You see, running a Salt Lake County business with success requires more...

Three Easy Ways for Salt Lake County Business Owners to Develop Delegation Skills

The corporation deadline for Salt Lake County businesses is behind us, and we're taking a big breath around here (while still focusedly working through personal tax returns as well). Apparently, there are basketball games being played.  Not that we would know much...

A Salt Lake County Business Owner’s Simple Plan For Dealing With Angry Customers

Even in the middle of the intensity of the busy tax filing season in Salt Lake County, we occasionally become the target for somebody's frustration. Over the years, and especially when things are busy and stressful, we've had to learn about how to best handle matters...

Three Tips On How To Succeed as an Entrepreneurial Business Owner in Salt Lake County

Now that TY2017 is behind us, it is time to turn our greedy eyes towards the savings possible for you and your Salt Lake County business in the "new" tax code under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. And there are many ways to save with these new regulations. One of...

Five Financial and Tax Strategies For Salt Lake County Small Businesses

It's increasingly clear to all of us that our present "cultural moment" can take a toll on any Salt Lake County person's mind who isn't vigilant. Constant connectedness to those who are (by their very vocation) incentivized to highlight change, chaos and fear is more...

2018 Tax Reform Update And A Holiday Prayer from Janet

Unless something crazy happens this week, we have a new tax plan. If Congress-watchers are right, the House and Senate should vote to pass this new bill, and it will be signed by President Trump before Christmas. I'm writing this on Monday the 18th (a busy week is...

Complimentary Tax Return Review and 2018 TCJA Planning Session for Salt Lake County Businesses

I'm going to take a moment to address you who might NOT be using our services thus far. There's a word or two for current Utah Real Estate Accountants clients here as well, but allow me to explain. You see, sometimes, you just know you need to make a change, but the...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!