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05 / 08 / 2017 by Greg Freyman, CPA in General

What to Expect From Your Accountant in the Summer Months (Part 1 of 3)

Now that the dreaded tax season is behind us, and the tax returns have been filed, most of us will try to avoid a visit to the CPA’s office. And what does happen during the tax superman”off” months? Does your accountant put away the calculator and head to the beach? The summertime is almost here, and we are ready to help you with off-season work.

tax supermanIn this month’s blogs, we will discuss why the summer is actually a great time to connect with your favorite bean counter.

The year is filled with a smorgasbord of compliance issues. If one knew what a tax accountant typically handles on a day to day basis, you would view them no less than a masked superhero.

Just to give you an idea of what typically takes place in our office, we listed out a few bullet points here:

In PART 2 of this series we will include discussions on projecting taxable income, calculating tax implications when switching jobs, choosing or switching entity types, and taking advantage of various deductions.

In PART 3 we will go over estimated tax payments and avoiding tax penalties, scheduling estimated tax payments for the client, applying for or adjusting an existing installment payment plan with the taxing authorities, and planning for major life changes.

If these topics interest you, please stay tuned to our communications over the month of May.

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