Pest Control Industry Tax Services
Let our accounting services team of CPAs and Enrolled Agents handle your tax preparation, planning and tax audit representation. With over 20 years of experience working with PMPs, we are well versed in the ins and outs of tax deductions that work well for pest management businesses.
Have you ever had your accountant call on April 14 and say you owe a boatload of taxes due tomorrow?
That will never happen with PCO Bookkeepers tax accounting services. We monitor your income and expenses throughout the year and plan for additional deductions or estimated payments, so you are never caught with a surprise at the filing deadline.
When it comes to taxes, it’s your responsibility to be able to support each number on your tax return with collaborating documentation. Sounds like a lot of work — and it is. The problem is many times you get so involved with running your business that you put record keeping on the back burner and do a mad dash to organize your records at tax time.
Our accounting services team will plan and prepare your tax returns in a way that makes sense for you and minimizes your potential tax burden. If you know that filing your taxes isn’t going to be easy or you’re looking at the piles of bills, receipts, papers and invoices, we’ve got the expertise to help you plan.
Tax Preparation & Planing Services
Continuous Tax Projections Which Eliminates Tax Payment Surprises
Preparation of Entity Tax Returns
Preparation of Individual Returns for Owners, Managers & Their Families
Federal & State Tax Audit Representation
At some point your company will probably be selected for a sales and use tax audit, and you need to be prepared. Pest management professionals who are in states where services are not subject to sales tax, you may think that you have dodged the bullet. Not true! While the services you sell may not require thatNovember 21, 2019
They say in life that there are only two certainties, death and taxes. While we may not be able to avoid these things, we can definitely take the appropriate steps to help minimize one of the two. In the beginning of the year, we are all fortunate enough to have to deal with the stressesAugust 8, 2019
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been in the process of bolstering the 1099 reporting standards for everyone, including independent contractors and those who report cancellation of debt, and the bureau isn’t showing signs of slowing down. One of the first indications of the 1099 crackdown was the creation of the 1099-K form in 2011August 5, 2019
Have you ever looked at your 1040 US Individual Income Tax Return and noticed near the space for signature there is a space (Line 79) “Estimated Tax Penalty.” You ask your accountant what that amount represents and he says you didn’t pay in enough taxes. Your immediate answer is “Yes I did!” In fact, youJune 6, 2019