Tax Preparation Salt Lake City Style!
Still insisting on filing your own tax return?
Consider this: Since 2001, Congress has made over 5,000 changes to the U.S. tax code (according to the IRS).
That works out to more than one change per day.
Now, let me ask you: Can you answer with certainty that you’re up to speed on everything?
I like to ask my Salt Lake City CPA clients this question… just to see their reactions.
The truth of the matter is: It’s impossible for a modern day business owner to stay up to speed on all the changes and manage a business.
The tax code alone is comprised of around 4 million words—that’s twice the size of the world’s largest book (in case you were looking for a reference). And the subject matter isn’t exactly the stuff that makes you want to curl up in an armchair.
The U.S. government estimates that individuals and business owners combined spend over 6 billion hours attempting to comply with tax-filing requirements. As the Internal Revenue Service itself puts it:
"If tax compliance were an industry, it would be one of the largest in the United States…"
Consider that most nine-to-five, W-2’d employees struggle to file a simple tax return. Sixty percent hire professional help. And they don’t have an entire business to account for.
Don’t be the business owner who fails to take advantage of major deductions… or credits you’re entitled to. That’s money left on the table.
Or worse: The owner who scrambles every year to turn in all the paperwork, only to be slapped with a massive fine for simply “miscategorizing” an item. That’s money on the table… and more stress than you need in your life.
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With your Salt Lake City tax prep team, we’ll:
- Conduct routine “scrubbing”—our in-house software will routinely check and recheck your tax return, looking out for any potential red flags or faulty math the IRS might zero in on
- Deliver quicker refunds, since we do everything electronically
- Show you how to adjust payroll withholding so you can collect more money each week… money that would otherwise be held by the IRS
- Offer guidance on possible deductions you might be overlooking, that way you can limit your tax liability the following year.