Safe Harbor LLP Announces New Post on the Complexity of Individual and Corporate Taxes for 2021, Including International
San Francisco, California – May 28, 2021. Safe Harbor LLP, California’s top-rated San Francisco tax CPA firm, is proud to announce a new post on the complexity of tax return preparation for the 2020 and 2021 tax years, including international tax returns.
California is a huge state! You have probably heard the quip that if it were its own economy, it would have an economy larger than the combined economies of Europe, China, Russia, Italy, the United States, and Kenya. Okay, it’s a joke. But the economy is huge, as is its geographic landmass.
International taxes have always been complicated, especially if you have liabilities in several different countries as well as in the US. You could be a permanent resident of the US and still have tax liabilities in Canada, Hong Kong, Germany, or anywhere else, and they all have different rules.
July 1, 2020 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor CPAs, a team of accountants in San Francisco, California, is proud to announce a new post on goals to be the best CPA firm in the city. The post reiterates the firm’s commitment to servicing its clients and putting their interests first.
San Francisco – To the community – UPDATED: 11/18/2020- INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE, RAPIDLY EVOLVING SITUATION Amid the growing uncertainty related to the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Safe Harbor would like to assure you that we are here for you during this challenging time. For our latest analysis on COVID-19 tax changes, click here. To safeguard […]
Safe Harbor LLP, a Top-rated Professional CPA Firm in San Francisco, Announces New Post on Business Tax Return Preparation as 2019 Comes to an End
San Francisco, California – November 26, 2019. Safe Harbor LLP, an expert team of CPA’s in San Francisco, is proud to announce a new post for the Bay Area business community, specifically a newly updated page on business tax return preparation and steps to take as the year ends.
It is not easy to find a good San Francisco CPA, partly because there is a booming entrepreneur sector which “gobbles up” a lot of the best CPA’s. Another reason is the cost of living in San Francisco.
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.
The old saying “variety is the spice of life” seems to apply more in the business world today than ever before. Bay Area start-ups are always finding new ways to offer a selection of products meeting individual tastes.