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Here comes the end of the year rush. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and other holidays crowd the schedule. One more thing to do? Year-end tax planning. Read our lively newsletter for tips and ideas. (To download the November eLetter, click here).
Editor’s Note. As a San Francisco CPA firm, we have many clients who may have exposure to the recent wildfires in Northern California. Fire victims may be able to take advantage of tax relief. Here is a blog post on the topic; if you have experienced damage due to the wildfires, please reach out to […]
San Francisco, along with the wider Bay Area, is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the US. People who live here come from literally everywhere around the world, and why not? It’s a wonderful place to live.
San Francisco’s Leading Accounting Firm for Estate & Tax Planning, Safe Harbor LLP, Announces October Newsletter
San Francisco, California – October 3, 2017. Safe Harbor LLP, recognized as one of the leading accounting firms in the San Francisco Bay Area for estate and tax planning both for businesses and for high net worth individuals, is proud to announce its October newsletter. The newsletter is available online to both clients and the general […]
San Francisco, California – October 2, 2017. Safe Harbor LLP, a San Francisco CPA firm focusing on tax issues for businesses and high net worth individuals, is proud to announce a fun, informative post to its blog on the perennial question of the best CPA firm in San Francisco. The lively post advises potential clients to […]
Financial planning? In this month’s eLetter, we start with talking about having “the talk” with your kids. Spoiler alert: we mean the “talk” about financial planning. (To download the October eLetter, click here.)
If you should receive an unsolicited letter from the IRS informing you of an audit the first thing to do is not to panic. Small businesses and individuals are subject to an IRS audit at any time, and as California residents we can also be subject to an FTB (Franchise Tax Board) audit.
There are approximately 200,000 businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area and around half of all employees work for the smallest businesses. It is only a generalization, but broadly speaking people work for a large corporation, a public entity, or a small business.
Tax credit or tax deduction? Which is better? Well, at first glance it’s a tax credit, but not always. In this month’s eLetter, we go into the details. (To download the September eLetter, click here).
Safe Harbor LLP, San Francisco’s Leading Accounting Firm for Audited Financials, Announces Information Page Update
San Francisco, California – August 31, 2017. Safe Harbor LLP, long considered one of the leading accounting firms in the San Francisco Bay Area and in California for businesses, corporations, and startups, is proud to announce an update to its informational page on “audited financials” or more specifically “audited financial statements” for San Francisco businesses.