If you own a small business or professional practice in today’s environment you are paying too much in taxes.
Learn how we have saved our clients hundreds of Thousands of dollar in taxes for the 2014 tax year alone.
Let’s face it the deck is stacked against the business owner/professional in todays’ economy. Taxes are higher than they have been in 35 years and they are going higher. Regulations have increased the cost of doing business and are tying the hands of business owners in everything from banking to employee relations.
With full implementation of the Affordable Care Act, an almost 20 trillion dollar deficit and Dodd Frank the US government is going to continue to hemorrhage money for the foreseeable future.
Where is this money going to come from? YOU! Taxes will have to increase. The US cannot continue to spend more money than they bring in from tax revenue.
It is imperative that you have a plan to minimize your taxes and maximize your wealth NOW!
Income tax is the greatest deterrent to the creation of wealth that exists today!
Please review these two case studies of actual client experience.
Case study one is of a client who utilizes all of our services.
Case study two is of a client who currently utilizes only the Global Tax service.
We have saved our clients hundreds of thousands of tax dollars for the 2014 tax year alone. Call (866) 738-9822 today to schedule a complimentary review of your taxes and take control of your tax dollars.
S. Brooks Wicker, Jr., CPA
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