Tag: San Francisco Tax Preparation Service
March 31, 2018 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, recognized as one of the leading accounting firms in San Francisco for tax preparation for both individuals and businesses, is proud to announce a lively post to its blog on the subject of how to choose the best tax service for tax preparation in San […]
In our next installment of our blog posts on the new tax law impacting 2018 taxes, we’ll focus on odds and ends.
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 […]
As we turn to “tax season,” this month’s eLetter focuses on issues of interest to corporate America. (To download the February eLetter, click here).
As the #1 boutique accounting firm in San Francisco and a leading tax preparation service for San Francisco Bay Area residents and business, we’re getting a lot of questions about the new tax changes. Therefore, we’re discussing some of the highlights in our blog.
After unifying the House and Senate tax reform provisions into one piece of legislation, the Conference Committee released its Conference Report on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R. 1 (“the Act”), on Friday, December 15, 2017. The nearly 1,100 page bill is has been approved by the House and Senate and signed into law by President […]
Safe Harbor LLP Announces New Archive on Corporate Tax Services in San Francisco in Time for Tax Preparation Season
December 7, 2017 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, a top San Francisco accounting firm, is proud to announce a small but significant change to their blog architecture, namely the creation of an archive for posts specific to corporate tax preparation issues.
With the stock market doing well (as of this writing) and the end of the year in sight, our last San Francisco Tax Tips newsletter focuses on end-of-year planning with respect to retirement. (To download the December eLetter, click here).
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.
Here comes the end of the year rush. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and other holidays crowd the schedule. One more thing to do? Year-end tax planning. Read our lively newsletter for tips and ideas. (To download the November eLetter, click here).