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Client Accounting Services
Our professional accounting team will bring you high-end expert service. We provide services such as bookkeeping, accounting, and payroll, to allow you to do what you are best at.
Being able to view your bank account balance, process accounts receivable and payable, and access accounting records from home, work, or on the road is convenient and important.
We provide payroll services on your schedule and process your payroll taxes for you. Giving you and your employees the comfort of knowing your payroll is done correctly.
Tax Return Preparation
Our CPAs and staff accountants are continuously trained and educated in the preparation of individual, corporate, partnership, trust, and estate tax returns. We believe communication is key to report the past and plan for the future.
Planning and formulating a strategy for the future starts today. If a tax situation arises, if you anticipate a tax situation, or if you want to determine what the best decision is, we are here for tax planning.
IRS and State Issues
No one likes to get an IRS or state letter. We analyze the situation, communicate with the agency, and determine the best course of action. Then we discuss a proposed plan and solution with you.
News, Resources & Publications
What is a 6174-A Letter from the IRS and what does it look like?
2021 Individual Income Tax Brackets
The federal tax brackets are broken down into seven (7) taxable income groups, based on your filing status. The tax rates for 2021 are: 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, and 37%.
It’s important to remember that moving up into a higher tax bracket does not mean that all of your income will be taxed at the higher rate. Only the money you earn within a particular bracket is subject to the corresponding tax rate. The tables below help demonstrate this concept.
IRS Frequently Asked Questions on Virtual Currency Transactions
What are the Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2021
TREASURY INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR TAX ADMINISTRATION
Why TIGTA Did This Audit This audit was initiated to provide selected information related to the IRS’s 2021 Filing Season, including information related to the impact of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The overall objective of this review was to evaluate whether the IRS timely and accurately processed individual paper and electronically filed tax returns during the 2021 Filing Season, including backlogged tax returns received during Calendar Year 2020. Impact on Taxpayers The annual tax return filing season is a critical time for the IRS because this is when most individuals file their income tax returns and contact the IRS if they have questions about specific tax laws or filing procedures. As of March 5, 2021, the IRS received approximately 55.7 million tax returns (with 96.8 percent electronically filed) and issued more than 36 million refunds totaling approximately $107.8 billion.
2020 Unemployment Compensation Exclusion FAQs — Topic G: Receiving a Refund, Letter, or Notice
Child Tax Credit update and Guidelines
For the 2023 tax year (returns filed in 2024), the child tax credit is worth up to $2,000 per qualifying dependent. The credit is also partially refundable through the additional child tax credit, meaning some taxpayers may be able to receive a tax refund for any excess amount up to a maximum of $1,600. Oct 25, 2023
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Cameron Elder recommends Accounting Solutions, Inc.
I have had the pleasure of working with Juliana as my personal accountant and I’ve never felt more comfortable with anyone else handling my finances! Super organized and efficient to the point where all my bookkeeping stress is gone! I will continue to recommend Juliana to anyone seeking financial assistance! Thank you so much, you are absolutely amazing!