Tax Services We Offer
Tax planning, consulting, compliance and reporting services are available to businesses throughout Kansas, Arkansas and the nation. After identifying tax issues and risks, innovative and customized solutions are created to minimize tax burdens.
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Tax advisory services are crafted to help individuals and families minimize their tax burdens and preserve wealth through proactive tax planning, consulting and implementation. Navigating the confusing maze of changing tax laws and regulations helps you receive strategies to save you money.
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Ensure your wishes are met when it comes to your finances. Solutions include estate, trust, gift planning and consulting services. Your business is your largest asset, and you need to consider how it impacts your estate plan to ensure that you have the funding you need during retirement.
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With every taxing jurisdiction out there looking to increase their tax base, businesses and individuals may have more tax requirements than they even know. This is further complicated by the sheer number of never-ending changes these tax jurisdictions make. By staying up-to-date and monitoring these changes, you’ll get a full understanding of your state and local tax (SALT) reporting requirements.
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When it comes to minimizing your tax burden, the most important tools available to taxpayers are federal and state tax credits, incentives and deductions. These range from research and development credits to energy-efficient home credits to child day care assistance credits and more.
Tax credits, incentives and deductions can be used for startup businesses to encourage investors to participate in low-income housing opportunities or even for plugging abandoned oil wells. As policies and priorities shift at both the federal and state level of government, legislators are continually crafting and bringing new tax credit opportunities to life. When you know about them, you can take advantage of them to help fuel your business.
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A cost segregation study uncovers value by identifying the parts of a building that can be reclassified as personal property for tax reporting purposes. Building components that are considered personal property or land improvements under the federal tax code often are subject to shorter depreciation periods, enabling owners to reduce current income taxes and improve cash flow.
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