Tag: Tax Advisor San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities in the world in which to live – not as expensive as Hong Kong or Vancouver, but nonetheless it ranks ninth on the list of most expensive cities in the world.
November 1, 2020 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, a San Francisco CPA firm focused on high net-worth individuals and Bay Area businesses at https://www.safeharborcpa.com/, is proud to announce a new post on the importance of finding a tax advisor in the current tumultuous environment.
Safe Harbor LLP Announces Alert on International Tax and Expatriate Tax Return Preparation in California in Light of Current Events
San Francisco, CA – May 1, 2020. Safe Harbor LLP, California’s top-rated international tax CPA firm at https://www.safeharborcpa.com/, is proud to announce an alert for clients who may have international tax exposure amidst the current crisis.
Small business has had a rough time of it lately. The Coronavirus pandemic has shut down many San Francisco small businesses.
Being a high net worth individual has many advantages in today’s world. You can live your life as you choose, go where you want to, do what you want, and in many cases do it without having to put in 40 hours of work a week.
With the recent Trump tax changes, residents of San Francisco are in a bit of a pickle. Yes, we have one of the best job markets in the United States, and one of the best job market in years, to be sure. However, we also have some of the highest property values in the country, […]
People in San Francisco who have money have unique “money problems.” And no, it’s not wondering if they will make it until the end of the month.
Safe Harbor LLP, the Leading Tax Advisor for San Francisco Businesses, Startups, and Individuals, Announces New 2018-2019 Tax Guide
July 18, 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 a new tax guide for 2018-2019. The new guide is a handy summary of recent tax changes, and allows high income individuals and business owners […]
It’s a fact that many San Franciscans have international tax exposure. They might work in the Bay Area yet own a business in China. They could own a home in Toronto and have stock in a start-up in Cupertino.
As San Francisco tax advisors, we pay attention to details. Everything is placed in its place: we’re very organized! However, spelling, and the English language in general, can drive us nuts. Is it “tax advisor” with an “o” or “tax adviser” with an “e”?