Monday, December 29, 2014
Each case is different and here at Tax Resolution Center, Inc., we offer competitive rates and quality service. In order to give you a fair and accurate quote, we have to know the details of your case.
We do not offer a flat fee. A flat fee is a deception. How is somebody going to quote you a flat fee if they don’t know your case? Imagine calling a mechanic because your car isn't working. The mechanic quotes you a flat fee of $5,000 without knowing what’s wrong with your car and it turns out you need a new battery. Or he quotes you a fee of $50 and it turns out you need a new engine. Offering a flat fee for a tax issue is the same thing.
We’re fair and honest and we work hard to earn your trust – and that doesn't mean deceiving you at the get-go with feel-good lies.
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
As soon as we take over your case, our attorneys move forward to protect you and your assets. We start by getting up to date with you and your business and we find out exactly what your situation is with the IRS and/or State.
Here at Tax Resolution Center, Inc., we want to give you the tools to help your business thrive. We help you improve your cash flow so that you don't have these issues in the future. We show you how to stay current and compliant, because if you keep falling behind with your current taxes, your liability will just keep adding up. The IRS becomes very aggressive with people who aren't paying their current taxes, and will move to shut down your business. We want this to be the last time you or your company has to deal with the stress of a tax liability. At Tax Resolution Center, Inc., we get it right the first time!
Monday, December 8, 2014
It's already the end of the year, which means it's time to look back at how the year went, so that you can hit the ground running in 2015!
We recommend that everyone put together a profit and loss report for your business, as well as an income and expense report for your household. If you aren't good about keeping up with your financials or you just never get around to it, hire someone to do it for you right away. It's not that expensive to hire a bookkeeper or accountant and you will need to do it for your taxes anyway, so don't wait. True, the year isn't even over yet, but by the time you get caught up with January through November records, and get through the holiday rush, the New Year will be upon us. If your company is not profitable, if you aren't taking home the money you need to pay your bills EVERY MONTH, then you need to study your financials and make the changes necessary to meet your goals. Most of us put everything we have into our business - but if you're not getting paid a fair wage, get help or close and go someplace where you can take home a paycheck; you'll make more money and be less stressed.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that they must get bigger to make more money, when sometimes it's more profitable to reduce your size and expenses. Review you financials and make the necessary changes. Remember the definition of Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Now that you have reviewed your income and expenses, review your procedures: Are you spending your time and money wisely? Are your employees spending their time wisely? What are your customers experiencing? Have you talked to your customers lately? They have great information and they are willing to share.
Set deadlines and goals for yourself and your employees. If you find yourself slipping into your old habits give me a call and let's talk about what you can do to make a change.
Don't let this opportunity slip away; don't be sitting in this position next year having wasted another year, deeper in debt and closer to losing your business.
Call me and tell me about your business. It's free and it's a good first step to financial success.
Owner and Lead Attorney
Tax Resolution Center, Inc.
FOR ALL NEW CLIENTS WHO SIGN UP
BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR.
Friday, December 5, 2014
We are a handful of weeks away from saying farewell to 2014, which means it's time to start doing a little fiscal wrap-up. Now's the time to clear out any inventory that didn't move and shoot for a nice tax deduction. Consider selling the merchandise to companies that deal with overstock items, creating discounted gift baskets or donating to charity, and start anew in 2015.
Thursday, December 4, 2014
IRS Special Edition Tax Tip 2014-22, November 7, 2014
People often take pointless journeys across the Web, leaping haphazardly from site to site, never landing on solid Internet ground. Why? Because nothing grabbed their attention. In order to have a successful website, there needs to be a valuable call-to-action to make visitors stick around. Give them something they need or want (like a trial offer, free gift with purchase or the ability to book an appointment), and you just might find that people settle in and stay a while.