Business Tax Preparation
Small business owners know that tax season is often a make-it or break-it time for their business.
Tax season is not the time to cut corners. Whether this is the very first year you have filed business tax returns or you are a veteran business owner, it can be a frustratingly difficult experience. Incorrectly filing could be the difference between closing up shop and giving out the bonuses your employees deserve.
Rather than file your business taxes on your own, you can have TaxRise ensure that your taxes are filed correctly, on time, and with you and your business’s best interest at heart.
Why Choose TaxRise for Your Business Tax Preparation
If you’re self-employed or a small business owner, tax season is not the place to cut corners. Filing your taxes incorrectly can be detrimental for small businesses and could be the difference between closing up shop and giving out the bonuses your employees deserve.
Licensed, In-House Tax Professionals – At TaxRise, we have an entire floor dedicated to our tax professionals who will tirelessly work on your business’s tax preparation. Our tax preparers, CPAs, and tax attorneys know the tax code inside and out. Rest assured, we will file your taxes accurately the first time.
Free Financial Consultation – All of our clients receive a free financial consultation with a tax specialist to determine the best course of action for their specific situation. At TaxRise, we don’t believe in cookie-cutter tax prep. Every case is different, so every client receives specialized attention from our tax preparers.
A+ Rating on the Better Business Bureau – We understand the importance of customer service and transparency, which is why we’re proud of our A+ rating on the BBB.
98.6% Successful Resolution Rate – TaxRise has a 98.6% success rate of placing our clients in IRS resolutions. Our team will give our best effort with each case.
Unfiled and Misfiled Consequences
Most Americans don’t realize how seriously the IRS takes tax filing mistakes, let alone how they treat unfiled taxes.
Your business could face serious consequences for not filing or misfiling your tax returns. The penalties can be so severe that they could jeopardize the longevity of your business.
Failure to file your taxes is considered a crime.
Refusal to file your taxes can be considered a type of tax evasion.
While the IRS may not take immediate action against delinquent businesses, it is best not to test your luck. The most common consequences for not filing your business taxes include delayed tax refunds and late penalties. Long-term punishments include limited loan access, seizure of assets, and fines.
Bottom line, file your taxes as early as possible. Filing months before the deadline can give you time to pay off your taxes or more time to file for an extension.
What Do You Need To File Business Taxes?
Filing your taxes can be overwhelming, but with TaxRise, we will assign you a Case Manager who will walk you through the process and help you get all of the necessary documentation in order.
Here is a list of items you may find helpful when preparing your business tax returns:
- Last year’s business tax returns
- Payroll reports
- Credit card statements
- Partnership agreement
- Articles of incorporation
- Bank statements
- Vehicle information
- Asset purchases
- Depreciation schedules
- Asset dispositions
- Accounting records
How To Get Started
Let our tax pros handle your small business tax filing. Call a specialist today at 833-419-RISE (7473) or click below to get started.
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