Business Tax Services

Business taxes are complicated and time consuming

 

Penalties take your hard earned money away.

It’s ridiculous.

Filing your taxes should not be this treacherous.

We can help

 

With the experience of over 1000 tax returns filed every year, we can guide you through this and file your taxes quickly and easily.

Our plan:

 

1) Contact us for a quote.

2) Drop off your tax documents or upload them online through our secure portal.

3) Review your prepared taxes in person or securely online and “click” to sign.

4) We e-file for you, and it’s done.

It’s that easy.

Click here to contact us for a quote now!

 

For bookkeeping services, click here.

For payroll services, click here.

Save time and avoid frustrating tax problems.

 

With us as your guides, you get peace of mind.

The end result is reduced anxiety and more time to do the things you want to do.

Our fees

Our tax preparation fees are based on complexity. We charge by the form.

One percent of all sales go to local and global charities.

*We charge additionally for a few other schedules and forms that are not listed here.

**Depends on complexity

Our time for new clients becomes limited as deadlines approach. Please contact us early so we can be sure to help you!

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Do You Need a Business Tax Consultation?

Most business owners have either read or heard, “you must get yourself a good business tax accountant right away”. But this doesn’t help with “where to find one” or “being able to afford one”.

business tax servicesFor business clients, we offer a 60 minute appointment, in person, where we discuss the in-depth tax needs of your business and address your questions and concerns (if our meeting goes to 90 minutes, we do not charge extra, we are not watching the clock).

This business tax consultation includes information on bookkeeping, tax deductions, GE Taxes, estimated tax planning, entity organization, tax mitigation, and includes a question and answer session. It’s like a one on one Hawaii Business Tax “clinic” designed to get you quickly and  fully up to speed.

For new clients (if you are not already our client), we charge $150 for this consultation.

Call 808 744 5314 for an appointment.

Why do we charge a fee for business tax consultations?

We used to provide this for free, actually, but it turned out that clients would just use us for free advice and go back to  their “unresponsive” tax preparer to file their taxes. The very same professional that ignored their questions. Which is why they came to us in the first place. So we would do all of the work and the “unresponsive professional” would make all of the revenue. This obviously did not work out well for us, considering that it costs us over $100 per hour in payroll and overhead just to open the door. You’re in business, I’m sure you understand that aspect of “the struggle”.

We want to be as up front and honest as possible about our business tax services and this consultation, so here are some quick notes and details about this offer:

  • The retainer is not refundable. If we spend an hour and a half helping someone, we have to recover our time costs.
  • We do not offer these consultations in February, March, or April. OMG – that’s during tax time!

If you think you might want to hire us to help prepare your taxes, please contact us here.  Our email is taxservicesoahu@gmail.com and our phone number is 808-744-5314. Aloha.

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