We can help you understand the different types of business entities and discuss how each would impact your tax liabilities. We can even help you get your Employer ID Number (EIN) once you decide on your business type.
If your small business will need employees we can help get you set up with the Federal and State to get them paid correctly.
If your small business is paying too much for payroll services or you want to understand how to get started with employees, let us help answer your questions or provide payroll services at a reasonable rate.
We are a full-service Tax Preparation and Bookkeeping firm in Oklahoma City. We offer a broad range of services for individuals and small business owners. We are affordable, experienced, and friendly. Please give us a call today to discuss your tax preparation needs, we really appreciate our clients.
Our team of experienced tax professionals can help you navigate the process of resolution, tax dispute, and general concerns relating to IRS tax and debt relief. If you have an IRS tax problem contact us and we can help resolve the issue and get you back on the road to financial security.
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An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service by either passing a three-part comprehensive IRS test covering individual and business tax returns, or through experience as a former IRS employee. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards.
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Offer in compromise is a process which allows taxpayers to come to an agreement to pay less than what records indicate they may owe. Of course, not everyone is awarded this particular type of settlement. To successfully negotiate an offer in compromise, an individual must prove that they are indeed unable to pay their tax debt in full and if so, they must pay what they can in a lump sum or periodic payments.
Want to know how the new tax laws may impact you? Request a copy of our free, and informative paper describing some of the changes.