Tax Manager Who We Are Stranger, Tallman & Lautz Accounting is a full-service accounting firm serving clients throughout the Grand Junction, Colorado area and across the country. We are a very small firm (7 people) that is trying to buck the traditions that have held our profession back for the last century. We view our firm as an entrepreneurial endeavor, in which all team members are expected to take ownership in the firm’s success. We offer incentives that align the firm’s goals with those of our team members. We’re a forward-thinking firm, embracing technology and efficient business processes to not just survive, but to thrive. Who You Are You are a CPA with extensive knowledge of accounting and tax laws. You are looking for an entrepreneurial opportunity and hoping to join a firm where your hard work will directly impact its success. Not only do you have a solid grasp on numbers, but you also are a people-person who enjoys connecting with clients on a personal level.
Popular posts from this blog
Tax-Saving Tips April 2021 PPP Extended—Act Fast or Miss Out This is likely it—your last chance to obtain first- and second-draw Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) monies. A new law, the PPP Extension Act of 2021, extends the expiration date to the later of May 31 or when the money runs out. Note the phrase “when the money runs out,” and be forewarned that this can happen within weeks. So don’t procrastinate—not even for one day. If you qualify for the first-draw PPP money, complete your application now. The money is going to run out fast—and once it’s gone, so is the PPP. Legislatively, the new round for the PPP ends on May 31. The clock ticks. You qualify for the PPP if any of the following are true: · You file your taxes on Schedule C of your tax return. Businesses that file on Schedule C include independent contractors, single-member LLCs, proprietorships, and statutory employees, such as life insurance salespeople. · Y
Tax Credits for Schedule C Businesses without Employees Obtaining a tax credit is the next best thing to paying no taxes at all. The tax code contains over 30 non-refundable tax credits for businesses. These are part of the general business tax credit and are claimed on IRS Form 3800, General Business Tax Credit, and on Schedule 3 of Form 1040. The general business credit is not itself a tax credit, but rather an overall limitation on the total credits that a business can claim each year. What if you’re a Schedule C business owner who doesn’t have employees and isn’t involved in one of the niche businesses that come with a credit? You’re not necessarily left out of the tax credit bonanza. Here are six tax credits that many Schedule C businesses with no employees can claim (and of course, you can qualify for these credits with employees, too). 1. Credit for Increasing Research Activities The credit for increasing research activities is intended to en