Tax Services

When it comes to the world of taxes, preparation and planning go a LONG way. We have the expertise and knowledge you are looking for in a tax professional and can help you navigate your options.

We’re happy to help you with any of these services:

Tax Preparation

Stop missing out on potential deductions that could be saving you big money!

Tax Planning

Real strategies and solutions to help you minimize your IRS liability.

IRS AUDIT Representation

Don’t go it alone! We’re your ally and representative in an IRS audit.

Outlining What Occurs During A Business Audit For Salt Lake County Businesses

Our Salt Lake County business owner clients come to us for lots of different reasons.Whether it's merely for straight tax work, cash flow management and forecasting, or direct accounting assistance, we wear many hats on behalf of our favorite business owners.But...

Cash vs. Accrual Accounting: Two Main Differences For Salt Lake County Businesses To Consider

I have seen plenty of businesses get into hot water because they were using the wrong method to track their cash.Yep, today, let's talk accounting. :)Specifically, whether your business should operate as CASH or operate as ACCRUAL. Cash is a great option to start....

Leading Through Change In Your Salt Lake County Small Business

Goodness gracious, has there ever been change this year. I'm mostly referring to all of the new regulations in the tax code: the fact that strategies that "used to work" to reduce our clients' tax burdens might not work in the same way as they did in the past.Politics...

Tracking Your Key Business Metrics For Your Salt Lake County Company

Oh, you thought that since March Madness is over that I wouldn't shoehorn another metaphor? You thought wrongly.I'm here with some ideas for how you and your business should be "keeping score" today. (See what I did there? ... um ... because in sports you keep score?...

9 (More) Reasons You Should Own Your Salt Lake County Business’ Building

Working remotely is more prevalent in work culture than ever before.The rise of coworking spaces like WeWork and PlexPod offer alternative, fun and modern ways to work alongside, and potentially collaborate with, other individuals in their own respective ventures.In...

Can I Take the Section 199A Deduction For My Salt Lake County Business?

Lots of business owners have been contacting us of late, as we've developed a bit of a reputation around the Salt Lake County area for helping business owners save a bundle on their taxes.And many of the business owners in Salt Lake County that we've talked to have a...

Janet Behm’s Keys For Empowering Your Employees For Advancement

You can either train your employees and risk that they leave ... or choose not to train them and risk that they stay.Think about that for a moment.Are you empowering your employees for growth? Does your leadership team (which might be just you) brainstorm ways to...

IRS Audit Process – What Salt Lake County Businesses Should Know

If you sell goods online, you are probably aware of the "sales tax earthquake" that rumbled forth from the highest court last week in Washington. In South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., the court ruled that states and municipalities could now require online retailers to...

If There’s Another Government Shutdown We’re Here To Help Your Salt Lake County Business

You're wise these days if you don't pay close attention to the political tug-of-war that seems to be getting worse and worse. If so, you might not have yet seen that the federal government seems headed for another shutdown.Which is rough news for any poor schmoe out...

How Your Salt Lake County Company Can Do More With Less Time

Before I get into what I'm writing about today, a quick tax-related item: the payroll tax "holiday" (deferral) does not (as of this writing) come with guidance attached from the IRS. This means that your payroll company, whomever that might be, won't have set up your...

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!