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Accounting & Tax Services

Each business is different, each owner is different, and we adjust our services to fit your specific needs. We are happy to provide you with a consultation appointment (by phone or in person) to determine what your needs are. Here are some of our services:

Bookkeeping/Write-Up

We offer full bookkeeping services on a monthly, quarterly, or yearly basis. We do bookkeeping for all types of businesses, from sole proprietor (self-employed, 1099) to Corporations. We have an auto-pay system which allows us to run bookkeeping monthly on an automatic basis so that you stay caught up.

Bookkeeping services start at $100/month for companies. We are happy to review your activity and quote you a price based on your activity, not on your income! We bookkeep towards the end result of tax preparation so that you get the maximum benefit from your expenses.

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Business Consulting

We have years of experience in business and taxes. We charge $60/hour to consult with you about the best path to reach your goals. We are not financial advisors, but we can determine the best tax situation and help you make the changes necessary in order to achieve the results you are looking for.

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Business Entity Selection

The business entity – LLC, sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, S corporation etc. – that you select for your business has enormous financial and tax implications. It is important that you make the right decision. We can explain each choice and its implications. As your business grows and changes, the type of business entity you choose may need to change also.

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Business Licensing

We provide all of the business licensing necessary to comply with the federal, state and local governments including privilege licenses such as alcohol and locksmith. If you are opening a new business or adding a location, let us make sure that you have all the licensing that you need to succeed.

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Divorce Documents and Filing

We provide document and filing service for most Joint Petition and Complaint (One-Sided) divorces in Clark County, Nevada. We have an on-site Notary and an in-house runner to ensure that your divorce gets filed in a timely manner. We do not handle custody disputes.

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Financial Statements

Financial statements are an important tool for management decision making. Financial statements also represent your business to lenders, partners, potential buyers and other interested parties. If you do bookkeeping with our office, you will be provided with monthly, quarterly or annual financial statements based on your service package. We provide standard Profit and Loss and Balance Sheets, but we can provide specific expense or income categories as well.

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Hebrew to English Translation

We have two staff members that are fluent in Hebrew and can translate legal documents if needed. Translation services come with a Translation Certificate (Notary) and are priced on a per document basis.

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IRS Representation

An IRS audit can be an intimidating and complex process. If you or your business face an IRS audit, we can provide help in dealing the IRS. We offer a consulting appointment to determine what type of representation that you need.

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New Company Formation

We do new company formation in any state. We can guide you through the process of opening a sole proprietor (DBA), LLC, Partnership, C Corporation or S Corporation. In addition, we provide Registered Agent Services for your new business. We make sure that you have everything in order to take to the bank right from our office.

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Notary Public

A notary public can help you to handle various business matters, including witnessing and authenticating document execution and signatures. We offer Notary Public services and are available when you need us.

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Payroll Services

We provide Nevada payroll services for multiple employees, and even write the contractor checks if necessary. The payroll tax filing and payments are included in our monthly / quarterly payroll service. At this time we do not provide in-house payroll service for other states, but are happy to be a liaison between yourself and a competent payroll provider.

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Sales Tax Services

State and local tax authorities are looking to maximize sales tax collections. We can help you understand and manage your sales tax obligations and prepare sales tax returns in an efficient and timely manner. We do all monthly, quarterly and annual sales tax filings for any state. We specialize in trade show sales and can manage all of the permits and filings for multiple locations.

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Tax Preparation

Effective tax preparation can help you to minimize your future tax liability. We can help you proactively manage both your personal and your business tax issues, including understanding how upcoming business opportunities impact your tax status and vice versa. Our goal is to get you ready for taxes. We start in January and build your year so that it’s easy to file your taxes.

We file taxes for all states and federal for any entity type. We also specialize in back taxes and will help you get caught up!

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Tax Problem & Resolution Services

Back Taxes Owed

Have you filed your tax returns every year, but not payed all the tax you owe? Maybe you just didn’t have enough money at the time and planned to pay more later. Unfortunately, the penalties and interest that are added to back taxes greatly increase how much you will ultimately owe the government. If you are delinquent on your taxes and haven’t yet heard from the IRS, you soon will. The IRS may place a lien on your property or a levy on your bank accounts or wages. The potential damage from unpaid back taxes can be financially ruinous, but it is often avoidable. We are happy to help you set up a manageable payment plan with the IRS so that you stay in compliance and pay off that debt.

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Bank Levy

A bank levy freezes your bank accounts. Any checks you have written will bounce. You will not be able to withdraw any funds or pay any bills. Generally, you have 21 days to respond to the IRS after your financial institution receives a Notice of Levy for your accounts. After that, your accounts are drained and the money is sent to the IRS. If you act immediately, we may be able to get the levy revoked. Together, we can compile and forward the IRS the information they require to release the levy. We will also negotiate the best possible payment arrangement the law and your finances allow.

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Injured Spouse Relief

You may qualify for Injured Spouse Relief if the IRS uses the refund from your joint return to offset certain past-due debts that are the sole responsibility of your spouse or former spouse, such as taxes, child support, or student loans. Injured Spouse Relief should not be confused with Innocent Spouse Relief. You may be classified as an Injured Spouse if you do not receive your portion of a refund because of your spouse’s debt, whereas Innocent Spouse Relief applies to debt for which you are technically co-responsible, but not liable because of circumstances. Whatever the cause, we can help you rectify an unfair tax liability and get you your money. We will closely examine your case to see if you qualify for Injured Spouse Relief and/or any other IRS Relief programs.

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IRS Audit Representation

Have you received a Notice of Audit and Examination Scheduled from the IRS? An IRS audit is a review of an organization’s or individual’s accounts to ensure information is being reported correctly. Ignoring an audit usually means the IRS files your return for you and you end up paying much more. An IRS audit is a serious situation, but with help most tax difficulties can be resolved. You don’t have to face an audit alone. We are qualified to represent you before the examination division of the IRS. We offer representation on an individual basis. Once we have a consulting appointment, we can determine how to move forward and help you with your situation.

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Levies and Seizures

Levies and liens are often confused, but they are actually quite different. A lien secures the government’s interest in your property when you don’t pay your tax debt. A levy actually takes the property to pay the tax debt. If you don’t pay or make arrangements to settle your tax liability the IRS can levy, seize and sell any type of personal property that you own or have an interest in. Even your retirement accounts and home are fair game. If you have received a Notice of Intent to Levy please contact us immediately. There is a brief time period where we may be able to appeal the process and negotiate a workable payment plan before the levy even begins.

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Liens

A federal tax lien arises shortly after the IRS makes an assessment of your tax and sends you a demand for payment. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien lets your creditors know the IRS has a claim against all your property — including property you may purchase in the future. Once the lien arises, the IRS generally will not release it until the taxes, penalties, and fees are paid in full. But there are actions you can take. We will examine your situation to see if you qualify for a payment or penalty reduction. We will work to set up a payment plan with the IRS and get the lien revoked.

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Obtain Your IRS File (Freedom of Information Act)

The Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, gives any person the right to access their IRS file. Knowing what the IRS has in your file is a great place to start when resolving a tax issue. Furthermore, it is probably as important to find out what the IRS does not know about you as it is to see what they do have in your file. We can obtain information regarding past tax returns, amounts you owe and amounts that were filed on your social security number from your employers. This allows to you resolve your tax issues and have the correct information to do so.

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Payroll Taxes Owed

Falling out of compliance with IRS payroll regulations can destroy your business. Not only that, it can ruin your personal finances. Perhaps you’ve gotten behind on payroll taxes through an oversight or a temporary lack of funds. Whatever the reason, it is important to note that the IRS pays particular attention to small businesses that fall behind on their employees’ federal withholdings. If you have received correspondence from the IRS about payroll issues, you need experienced representation now. We can help you resolve your payroll tax issues so you can get back to running your business.

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Penalty/Interest Abatement

One of the worst things about IRS tax issues are the penalties and interest tacked on to your original bill. There are penalties for late filing, late payment, and negligence, to name but a few — and the interest on unpaid taxes can rapidly increase your total tax liability. If you are struggling with unpaid taxes plus additional penalties and interest, we can help. The IRS may waive certain penalties if there is reasonable cause and the failure was not due to willful neglect. Many taxpayers who have not previously had major issues with the IRS can qualify for a first time penalty waiver. Generally, the IRS does not revoke interest charges, but some established interest suspension provisions do apply — especially where the IRS has made an error. If we look at your tax history and situation, we can counsel you whether or not waiving the penalties is an option.

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Unfiled Returns

If you have neglected to file a tax return from a previous year or years you should do so immediately — even if you think you can’t pay. The penalties and interest you may face for not filing a return are often much worse than if you file but do not pay in full. We can file multiple returns and help you set up a payment plan. This is a much better alternative than letting the years go by without filing.

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Wage Levy (Wage Garnishment)

A Wage Levy occurs when the IRS sends a Notice of Levy to your employer demanding that he or she send a portion of your paycheck to the IRS. If your employer fails to comply, they could be held responsible for your tax debt. A wage levy is extremely unpleasant. The IRS usually gets the bulk of your paycheck until your taxes are paid off. We can help you set up a manageable payment plan and stop the garnishment.

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