Business Tax Return Service in Burbank & GLENDALE
To ensure tax compliance by businesses across the nation, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has created steps that every business owner should follow while filing their business tax returns. The IRS can conduct audits at any time to examine the tax returns that are filed by sole proprietors , corporations, partnerships, and LLCs to ensure compliance.
If you are in need of assistance in your business tax return,
Moore & Paquette is here to help.
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We have been offering effective tax return services to businesses, corporate employers, and LLCs in the Burbank and Glendale areas since 1986. With more than 70 years of combined experience in tax and corporate tax preparation, Steve Paquette and Art Moore are more than equipped to help you through the process of your business tax return filing. We have helped thousands of past clients and can do the same for you, no matter what tax bracket you are placed in, no matter how large your company is, and no matter how high your assets are.
What Every Employer Needs to Know About Business Tax Returns
Corporate Tax Returns
The deadline for filing most corporate Tax Returns is March 15 th . If you cannot file in time, you could be eligible for a 6-month extension. See DEADLINES for full details. It may save you penalties. Generally, the extended due date is September 15 th but exceptions apply.
S-Corporate Tax Returns
S-Corporations are a type of business entity that will have tax obligations just as any other corporation. In order to prepare an S-Corporation tax return - also known as Form 1120S - there will be many things to prepare. From preparing and compiling various financial records to other employee records including payroll tax returns, sales tax returns, and copies of W-2 statements, all documentation and bookkeeping can go toward creating an accurate picture of your business's financial standing.
Limited Liability Company (LLC) Tax Returns
LLC tax returns are due on April 15th, but can be extended for 5 months until September 15th.
LLCs must file specific returns that are dependent on whether it is a single member LLC or multiple member LLC. LLC tax return requirements are as follows:
- Single Member LLCs - if the member is an individual, the return must be reported on Form 1040 (Schedule C, E, or F).
- Single Member LLCs - if the member is a corporation, the return must be reported on Form 1120 or Form 1120S.
- Multiple Member LLCs - most LLCs will file a partnership return on Form 1065.
Partnership Tax Returns
Partnerships are types of business or trade relationships that can exist between two or more parties. Like LLC tax returns, partnership tax returns must be filed by April 15th and can be extended until September 15th. Partners must file an annual tax return on Form 1065.
Accurate bookkeeping can be your greatest asset during the process of filing for your business tax return. Our strategy at Hey Taxman is geared toward uncovering details in your company's financial statements that can help you receive the lowest tax liability and the greatest refund whenever possible.
When it comes to filing your business taxes, Moore & Paquette is the only tax preparation business you need!
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