Do you struggle with taxes?
Do you think you are overpaying
on your taxes?
Do you need help making sense
of your expenses?
Are you afraid that you may not be
compliant with the tax law?
Do you need a good accountant but
you’re on a tight budget?
Are you too busy running your business
to pay close attention to finances?
Does accounting make your head hurt?
Your bookkeeping and accounting is the most important part of managing your finances, and what we do is make sure that it is handled correctly.
Courtney Epps – EA, PhD
Courtney is a tax strategist, international speaker, and author of the Best Selling books More Relaxing Less Taxing & What’s Your Plan B?
She owns a full-service accounting firm in South Carolina and serves clients in every state. She has owned her practice for nineteen years. What sets her firm apart is the tax strategy that it offers to clients as the focus is not just to prepare returns but to free up money legally, morally and ethically. She has developed a broad expertise in industries including traditional, home-based, and network-marketing businesses. She works with clients from start up to $100 million companies.
HOW IT WORKS
1. Book Your Tax Strategy Session with One of Our Experts
2. We will create an optimal Tax Strategy tailored to YOUR Business
3. Get your finances in Order and Start Saving on your Taxes
Accounting and Payroll
The bread-and-butter to keeping your business in the black and profitable is good accounting. You know your products and service, but, if you don’t know the numbers, you could be in big trouble soon…
Tax Return Amendments
Did you know that we can go back and fix what your old accountant (or you, haha) broke!? Amending tax returns from last year, the year before, or the year before can put A LOT of money back in your pocket!
It’s about proactive expertise. We prefer to take a Proactive vs. Reactive approach to tax preparation services. By keeping current on new tax laws and legislation, we are in a position to identify key tax planning opportunities that minimize both your current and future tax liabilities.