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Are YOU Planning Your 2010 Tax Strategy Now?

February 2, 2010

Many of us will be  barely putting into our consciousness that tax season will soon be upon us when our W-2 forms start arriving at the end of the month.  As an individual or a business person, when you are working with your tax preparer to complete your tax return for 2009, you need to also finalize your tax strategy for 2010.  If you never have created a tax strategy, this is the year to do it.

If you own a small business or a big business, it will be ideal to partner with a firm that does tax preparation, bookkeeping, accounting, CFO consulting, payroll and other associated financial services at one shop.  Using an outsourced firm will also help you leverage the lower costs in savings in human resources and payroll that internal financial operations burden an organization with in higher costs.  Also, it allows you as a business to focus on your core competency.

Ideally, full service financial firms like this will already build into their services a session for a tax strategy that makes sense for your company that optimizes the best tax scenario for you.  Their expertise on tax law and regulations is leveraged for you.

For individuals, it is important to choose an expert in tax services and not simply a cookie cutter shop that simply does easy tax returns.  Often, you will not be able to get the tax advice and tax strategy help you need.   For example, if you live in San Francisco, similar to businesses, look for firms in your city that offer full services in accounting, bookkeeping and tax preparation. These firms often have the depth of experience that will give you, as an individual, the full advantage of the best tax strategy and also the best tax services you need.

Make sure your 2010 is armed with a good tax strategy.

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