Do what you love, let us help you with your financials and taxes!
Tax Law is our focus. We will be with you every step of the way.
Focus on Your Strength
In business, it's best not to dwell on your weaknesses, but to improve upon your strength as well. Do what you love and have someone else take care of the items you don't like doing.
When asked what business owners dreaded most, taxes and financial reporting tops the list. With over 15 years of experience in helping businesses grow, our founding attorney has worked with individuals, Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, and everyone else in between. This broad exposure brings you the best advice catered to your situation. Think of us as your personal CFO, you can rely on us for as much or as little as you need. At Le Tax Law, PLC--we'll be with you every step of the way.
We simplify your accounting department to ensure all your vendors are paid and all your customer receipts are properly recorded.
Annually employee theft costs US businesses $50 billion, with small and mid-sized businesses accounting for 68% of the total. It is often a trusted employee in key roles that are the culprit. By moving key accounting functions to an outside firm, companies can drastically reduce the financial theft.
Peace of Mind
Our work is backed by licensed individuals. When it comes to your business, the most important thing is that you trust who you work with. Some people are comfortable with a book keeper, while others require the peace of mind from a CPA's expertise, backed by his or her professional license. This ensures that your expenses are correctly classified as to protect you in both financial and tax audits.
There are major tax savings that come from classifying financial transactions correctly. Book keepers often lack the insight between financial reporting and how it relates to tax filings, which can be costly to their clients.
By consolidating with our tax preparation services, you can be sure that you will not miss a tax filing deadline. Come tax season, you'll be able to soundly sleep without running around trying to dig up receipts.
You'll also be free from worry over evolving tax deadlines and extension requests.
Why large corporations are known to pay very little taxes but still typically able to pass audits? This has to do with their accounting procedures. Your accounting procedures are the most relevant aspect between passing and failing an audit. It also allows you to make effective financial decisions.
We can help you design procedures tailored specifically to your firm.
We partner with you to assist you in analyzing your company's financial health. Whether its running ideas by a professional or deciding if a business decision is financially advantageous, we're with you every step of the way.
With our help, you'll gain greater insight when it comes to your firm's financial health. Armed with the full facts, decision making will be easier to meet both your short-term and long-term goals.
One of the biggest advantages of having good financials is the ability to budget and/or forecast effectively. Not only does budgeting allows you to set a goal for your company, it also helps to deter internal fraud.
If you plan on selling your company in the future , you understand how important it is that your forecast shows your company's potential value. Forecasting requires accurate financials, something only a CPA will be able to help.
Your Financial Partner
Worrying about the tax consequences of hiring on a new employee? Or depreciation when buying an asset over than leasing it? You don't have to make these decisions blindly. We can analyze the tax consequences of your business decisions so that your decision is the most most tax efficient one.
End Game Goals
We work with financial advisors to help ensure our clients long term goals are met, but with their business and them personally.
You are the reason your business is a success. Together, we work to ensure your individual financial goals are successful as well.
No need to stress out during tax time. We'll work to make sure you are compliant with the hundreds of forms the IRS want you to know and calculate.
Employee & Vendor Forms
941s and 940
The IRS requires business owners and non-employees to make quarterly estimated tax payments. We can help calculate your quarterly estimate so that you minimize the amount of your failure to pay estimated tax penalty.
Are you making the most effective tax filing for your business? We can help you decide on the best tax classification for your business to fit your goals and industry.