Tag: San Francisco Business Tax Service

Safe Harbor CPAs Announces Update to Information Page on Tax Professional Services in San Francisco, California

Filed in CPA Blog by on May 31, 2020

May 31, 2020 – San Francisco, CA. Safe Harbor LLP, a San Francisco CPA firm focused on high net-worth individuals and Bay Area businesses is proud to announce an update to their information page on tax professional services.

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Here We Are in the New Year Again, and It’s Time to Do Those Tax Returns

Filed in CPA Blog by on March 3, 2020

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.”

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Overseas Income? You Need a Top Expat CPA Firm

Filed in CPA Blog by on July 7, 2019

Here at Safe Harbor we are known as one of the best expat CPA firms in the Bay Area. You might imagine that would all be US/China or US/India but that’s not the case. We certainly do have clients with interests in those countries, but in reality, most of our expat tax work is with […]

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Safe Harbor LLP, the Leading Tax Advisor for San Francisco Businesses, Startups, and Individuals, Announces Successful Close to Tax Season

Filed in CPA Blog by on May 2, 2019

May 2, 2019 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, considered one of the top tax advisors in San Francisco, California, for businesses, startups, and individuals, is proud to announce the successful conclusion of tax season for 2018 / 2019. In particular, as 2018 was the first year of the so-called “Trump Tax cuts,” the […]

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San Francisco’s Leading Small Business Accountants, Safe Harbor LLP, Announces Innovative Post on the “An Accountant For” in San Francisco

Filed in CPA Blog by on September 28, 2018

September 25, 2018 – San Francisco, California. 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 a new blog post on the topic of an “Accountant in San Francisco for,” focusing on how customers often search […]

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AMT for San Francisco Residents and Business: Do You Owe it?

Filed in CPA Blog by on February 10, 2018

Nothing seems to strike more fear in the hearts of San Francisco residents, especially affluent workers in the tech industry or those who own a business, corporation, or other income-producing asset than the AMT (Alternative Minimum Tax). The AMT represents a kind of “parallel tax code” in which the IRS seems to play a kind […]

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Do You Want A “Cheap” Accountant Or One That Will Do The Best Job?

Filed in CPA Blog by on December 14, 2017

There are a lot of accountants in San Francisco, and many of the “big boys” brag about how cheap their rates are. Unfortunately, some people think that all accountants are the same, all doing the same job, and therefore why not choose the cheapest?

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Expat Tax Return Preparation: Making Clients Great Again!

Filed in CPA Blog by on November 3, 2017

While the political climate keeps heating up over immigration along the south of the United States, we’d like to remind people that there are plenty of hard-working people coming from the northern side.

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San Francisco Accounting Firm, Safe Harbor LLP Issues Alert on California WildFire Tax Relief Resources

Filed in CPA Blog by on October 23, 2017

Safe Harbor LLP, recognized as one of the leading accounting firms in the San Francisco Bay Area, is announcing a bulletin for its clients and the general public who may have been impacted by the terrible California wildfires situated in Northern California near Santa Rosa. The bulletin summarizes California and federal resources that may provide […]

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Hey San Franciscans! Pay As Little Tax As Possible (Really)

Filed in CPA Blog by on August 29, 2017

Let’s be honest: we don’t know of anyone in San Francisco who enjoys paying taxes, even though it’s often referred to as the “People’s Republic of San Francisco.” It’s a bit like a trip to the dentist- it’s something that needs to be done, but we are not likely to get pleasure from it. This […]

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