What IRS Budget Cuts Mean for Small Business Taxpayers

SJ Gorowitz IRS Advisory

Policymakers have continued to cut the budget of the IRS despite repeated warnings from sources like the IRS Commissioner, National Taxpayer Advocate, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. At this point, the ability of the IRS to carry out its mission has been severely diluted, and US taxpayers are feeling the results.   … [Read more...]

4 Steps to Save Money with Year-End Tax Planning

SJG Tax Consulting

Think back over the past year. Were you surprised by a large 2014 tax bill or items you didn’t expect to see? Chances are, if you’re the owner of a small or medium sized business, you were. According to former IRS revenue officer Michael Raanan, “Numerous businesses overpay their taxes every year by overlooking various tax deductions.” The good news is, with proper early planning, you can take steps to keep more of the money that you’ve earned by reducing your tax burden – whether that’s through deductions or other proven tax strategies.  … [Read more...]

Step-by-Step Accounting for Successful Business Expansion

Tax Accounting Business Expansion SJ Gorowitz

If you’re planning for business expansion into another state or country, the nature of your business will dictate reporting requirements, regulations, and best practices. Customizing your accounting processes is a vital part of the planning process. … [Read more...]

What financial records should I keep?

SJG Tax Alpharetta

Good financial records lay the foundation for mapping business progress, preparing statements, identifying key income sources, tracking deductible expenses, keeping track of property, preparing your tax returns, and supporting the items you report on tax returns. One of the questions we get most often is how long to keep financial documents. Generally, the length of time you should keep a document depends on the action, expense or event the document records.  … [Read more...]