Tag: Corporate Tax Service
If there is one thing that is certain in this world it is that – Covid-19 or no Covid -19 – governments are not going to stop charging us taxes. If anything, they are likely to put them up to pay for everything that has been going on in this pandemic: they are certainly not […]
If you were at the San Francisco Symphony just before a performance and someone on the stage asked everyone who enjoyed paying taxes to raise their hand, how many hands would you expect to see?
OK. Maybe that sounds like a silly question. But the fact is that quite a number of people choose a tax amateur to do their tax return rather than a tax professional because it “saves money”. Or so they think.
Small business has had a rough time of it lately. The Coronavirus pandemic has shut down many San Francisco small businesses.
We’ve done Thanksgiving. Overstuffed ourselves at Christmas and other winter holidays. Done New Year’s drinking, and now it’s time to “get serious.”
TAX! That word is only three letters long, yet it is probably the most hated word in the US. Seriously, have you ever met anyone who just loves to pay tax? Neither have we at Safe Harbor, as a leading tax CPA, SF. What’s more, WE have to pay tax as well!
Everybody knows that the US tax system is complicated. It is designed to be complicated, so that you don’t find out all the loopholes, and therefore the government gets more revenue as a result.
We live in exciting times, well, at least exciting times for those of us who do taxes. Last year, Congress and the President approved one of the most important changes to US tax law in a long, long time. Well, that means that 2018 was the first year that this new tax law was in […]
December 5, 2018 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, long considered one of the leading CPA firms in the San Francisco Bay Area and in California for businesses, corporations, and startups as well as high net worth individuals, is proud to announce a forward-looking blog post on how to find the best tax preparation […]
Yahoo Finance reports that more and more people are anxious about the changes to whether state and/or local taxes will be deductible under the new tax law. The short answer is “it depends.” We’re fielding a lot of questions in our office from concerned high income San Francisco residents as well as business owners about […]