To schedule an entity formation consultation with a tax advisor, you can follow these steps:
- Research tax advisors: Start by researching tax advisors in your area or online. Look for advisors with experience in entity formation and taxation.
- Contact the tax advisor: Once you have identified a tax advisor that you would like to work with, contact them to schedule a consultation. You can do this by phone, email, or by filling out a contact form on their website.
- Provide information: The tax advisor may ask you to provide some basic information about your business, such as the type of entity you are considering forming and the state in which you plan to operate.
- Schedule the consultation: Once the tax advisor has the information they need, you can schedule a consultation. With Daniel Ahart Tax Services, for instance, the consultation may be conducted in person, over the phone, or through a video conference.
- Prepare for the consultation: Before the consultation, it’s a good idea to prepare a list of questions and any relevant documents, such as your business plan or financial statements.
What to expect during the consultation with a tax advisor?
During the consultation, the tax advisor will discuss your business goals, help you understand the tax implications of different entity types, and provide guidance on how to structure your business for maximum tax efficiency,” explains Daniel Ahart, chief tax officer at the tax preparation company Daniel Ahart Tax Service®
They may also recommend other tax services, such as tax planning or compliance services, to help ensure that your business remains in compliance with tax laws and regulations.
Understanding both the opportunities and tax responsibilities that come with starting a business
According to statistical data, the probability of young people choosing to start their own business is 188% higher today than it was in 1953, when the U.S. Small Business Administration was founded to assist and counsel small businesses to flourish in the land of opportunity.
Small business owners have a variety of tax responsibilities, nevertheless. The IRS knows that understanding and meeting tax obligations is vital to the success of all businesses, especially a new one. IRS.gov has the resources and information to help people through the process of starting a new business. Here are some tips by the IRS for new entrepreneurs.
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