End of Tax Season- April 19, 2018

End of Tax Season- April 19, 2018

Hello to all,

Tax day has come and gone. I am at home recharging my batteries and energizing my brain after putting in long hours preparing and filing as many tax returns as possible as well as a ton of extensions.

I want to give heartfelt thanks to all of you who made a conscious decision to allow me to prepare your tax return; business, individual, trust, and partnerships. And to  those of you that are on extension, I will be working on your return when you provide the missing information.

April 17th is just the first significant due date for us tax pros. Then comes September 15th (business returns). And finally October 15th (individuals). What do I do the balance of the year? Rest? I wish, but not likely. We have many clients for whom we perform monthly bookkeeping, payroll, and sales tax filing services and we consult with businesses and individuals to keep them in compliance going forward. And don’t get me going about the new tax law (withholdings correct?, lost deductions?, etc.)

Lastly, as most of you know, I help many businesses and individuals who owe back taxes (even from 2017) or have other tax problems evaluate the many options that are available to pay down this debt. I have received three calls this week alone to help with payroll, sales tax, and back tax issues.

We are here all year to help you manage any tax matter that you may have. Let us know how we can help you.

I would personally like to thank our family, clients, and business associates that have referred business to us during this tax season. Please remember us when you hear of a new business opening, a friend or acquaintance that was dissatisfied with their current tax preparer or who has received a notice from the IRS or the State of Florida (Department of Revenue).

I look forward to helping you now and in the future.

Until Next Time,

C YA

Jeffrey “Wants to Help You” Schneider

www.sfstaxacct.com
www.sfstaxproblemsolutions.com

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