At Safe Harbor, we hate taxes. Taxes! Hatred! Those are strong words and strong feelings, but we feel strongly about taxes. We hate taxes, and with good reason. But, deep down, our top-rated accountants also love taxes! accountants who hate taxes but love minimize taxesIt’s the challenge that keeps our team of accountants going every day as we fight to ensure that every single client of ours never pays a cent more in tax than they should do. The challenge. The conquest. The struggle to get them done right, done on time, and with the full complexity of it all.

This is why we will always go the extra mile in order to uncover some little-known aspect of the law which will save our clients money. In fact, one of the most important things that we do is to keep on top of every last little change in the laws – and they are ever-changing – so that we can take advantage of them and beat the IRS at their own game.

Little Things Can Make A Big Difference

And it is very often the little things that can make a big difference. It is very satisfying when we go home at night knowing that we have just saved a client another $1,000 or $2,000 because we spotted a little twist that made all the difference to his or her overall tax return.

It’s not just about spotting things that others might miss, either. We can advise you on many ways to reduce your tax liabilities. Some of them can be very simple, such as changing the way that you trade, and they can often save you big bucks. You can be doing the same things and running your business in the same way, but you might, for instance, save money by changing from an S-Corp to a C-Corp, or an LLC. So, from your point of view, nothing changes, except that you just saved yourself another big chunk of taxes that would have otherwise been due.

You may be able to change the way that you pay yourself from your business, for instance. Perhaps you could take more in the way of expenses because you are not claiming for items that you are able to claim for. You can trust us, because we hate taxes, so we will always be on the lookout for small ways that you can change things that can make a big difference.

These are just some of the reasons why our clients love us because we hate taxes! Certainly, The IRS may hate us, but then the feeling is mutual. As long as our clients love us, that is what matters.