San Francisco’s Leading Corporate CPA Firm, Safe Harbor Announces Focused Commentary for Corporations on the TCJA (Tax Cut and Jobs Act) of 2017
San Francisco, March 24, 2018. Safe Harbor LLP, considered one of the best corporate CPA firms in San Francisco, is proud to announce an easy-to-read commentary on the TCJA (Tax Cut and Jobs Act) of 2017 and its impact on corporations and businesses.
If you are looking for a San Francisco accounting firm downtown, you are heading in the wrong direction. Certainly, this is where the financial district is, so it is quite usual to think that the best accountants would be in that area too.
San Francisco and the Bay Area is a hotbed of entrepreneurship, but when you are setting up a start-up you need to do it the right way in order to avoid headaches down the line.
San Francisco, California – March 31, 2017. Safe Harbor LLP, a top San Francisco Accounting Firm with a focus on tax services for businesses, international tax, and high net worth individuals, is proud to announce its April, 2017, eLetter as well as a forthcoming post on IRS audit defense issues for San Francisco Bay Area […]
Safe Harbor LLP, San Francisco’s Leading Accounting Firm for Businesses, Announces Ten New Business-oriented Posts to its News Feed
San Francisco, California – March 27, 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 ten new posts to its news feed.
When it comes to taxes, many San Francisco residents do not fit onto the “one size fits all” category. Large parts of the population are extremely wealthy and have acquired various assets. They could own several businesses and pieces of real estate. There could also be overseas properties and other investments. A big box tax […]
As one of the leading CPA firms in San Francisco for businesses, we work closely with many publicly traded companies. They face many regulatory requirements both from the Federal Government as well as from San Francisco (the city) and California (the State).
San Francisco is home to many, many startups. Some are as small as a couple of friends starting the next taco bar, others are venture-backed startups, and many others are in the middle. Often, people turn to friends and family for capital, and some very brave souls “charge” their startup expenses on their credit cards […]
Have you wondered why is it that some businesses thrive in San Francisco while others close before the ink dries on the Grand Opening sign? What is it that truly makes a business successful? Some new business owners may think it’s a trendy new product, like 9-hour-cold-drip-coffee (yes, that’s a real thing).