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Business Tax Preparation

Accurate and Affordable Business Tax Services

two business women sitting in front of a large glass window discussing bringing on a dedicated CPA to handle their business finances.

As a business owner, you’re busy running day to day operations and managing your business. There aren’t enough hours in the day to reconcile your bank account or generate balance sheets to manage your cash flow, much less study the latest tax laws to find out which tax breaks will be advantageous for your unique situation.

When you first started, and money was tight, the do-it-yourself method of accounting might have worked just fine. Now that you have employees, need to pay estimated taxes, and manage your cash flow better, it’s time to find a trusted advisor to partner with all year long – not just at tax time.

It’s time to find a dedicated CPA you trust to advise you.

If you’re a new business, the best time to start is now.  Begin discussing tax planning strategies that can help you build a foundation for future success with your business.

Avoid Tax Surprises and Protect Your Business

Concerned about avoiding the common mistakes small business owners can make with their taxes? Or, do you have special filing needs? Our services help you:

  • File accurate taxes the first time around
  • Avoid tax liability surprises
  • Save money by taking advantage of deductions and credits
  • Provide sound, tax planning services to help you prepare for the year ahead

Having a team of experienced CPA’s handle your business accounting, business, and personal tax service needs is an investment in your business and yourself, that comes with an incredible return on investment.

We can truly see your full financial picture, making us better able to forecast and advise you on what strategic fiscal moves may be beneficial for your situation.

Services We Provide To Our Clients

At Cappelle Accounting, we serve businesses of all sizes in all trades.  Some of the tax services we provide to our clients are:

Having an accountant who knows your business well is invaluable, especially during tax season.

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Business Entities We Service

Sole Proprietors (Self-Employed)

In a sole-proprietorship, the Business and the Owner are legally one-in-the-same.  The owner assumes all business income, expenses, assets, and liabilities.
Our team can help you make the most out of any business losses you’ve had while minimizing your tax liability.

General Partnerships (1065)

As with Sole-Proprietorship’s, in a General Partnership, the Business and its’ Owners are treated the same.  These partnerships divide their share of assets and liabilities according to the percentage of the company that they own.  Partnerships can be great for tax purposes when done correctly.

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

In an LLC, the Business and it’s owners are legally separate entities.   LLC’s are treated much like partnerships for tax purposes and are “pass-through” entities, which means LLC’s income is not taxable.

S Corporations (1120S)

As with an LLC, in an S Corporation, the Business and it’s owner’s are separate entities.  Also, just like an LLC, S corps are pass-through entities, so they are not subject to double taxation like C Corporations are.  This allows for S Corporations to have greater tax flexibility.

C Corporations (1120)

Corporations pay taxes on their income, and then a second tax is paid on the owner’s dividends.  C Corps are great for developing businesses that can offer shares of the company to their investors.