David Campbell, AAA Insurance

Simply the finest tax accountant I have ever seen. I have referred countless people to Premiere Business Services and all are pleased. They also are a small business expert giving far more benefits than most accountants.

David Campbell, AAA Insurance

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

The Small Business Health Care Tax Credit is available to small
employers that pay at least half of the premiums for single health
insurance coverage for their employees. It is specifically targeted to
help small businesses and tax-exempt organizations that primarily employ
moderate- and lower-income workers.

Small businesses can claim the credit for 2010 through 2013 and for any
two years after that. For tax years 2010 to 2013, the maximum credit is
35 percent of premiums paid by eligible small businesses and 25 percent
of premiums paid by eligible tax-exempt organizations. Beginning in
2014, the maximum tax credit will increase to 50 percent of premiums
paid by eligible small business employers and 35 percent of premiums
paid by eligible tax-exempt organizations.

The maximum credit goes to smaller employers –– those with 10 or fewer
full-time equivalent (FTE) employees –– paying annual average wages of
$25,000 or less. The credit is completely phased out for employers that
have 25 or more FTEs or that pay average wages of $50,000 or more per
year. Because the eligibility rules are based in part on the number of
FTEs, not the number of employees, employers that use part-time workers
may qualify even if they employ more than 25 individuals.

Why Do You Need an Accountant:

The typical entrepreneur is looking to an accounting firm to provide
basic services:

  • Tax Returns
  • Bookkeeping
  • Management Consulting

Tax returns are required by law and you could do them yourself, but with all the changes every year, wouldn’t you really like to be focusing on growing your business, not on tax law changes? Premiere Business
Services professionals study tax law changes what seems like constantly! We participate in IRS training events, as members of the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) we are continually updated on pending changes as well as new laws.

A properly designed bookkeeping system is required to support tax
returns. One might think that just purchasing a retail software will
satisfy the bookkeeping requirement, however there are tax implications in how certain expenditures are made. As an example, is health insurance a deduction, an income or even a tax credit? Well the answer might be all three!

All companies, small or large, face decisions daily that will impact
company profits and cash flow. Most small companies want to maximize their cash flow while positively impacting their company growth. A trusted adviser will provide business knowledge and industry trends to support business growth.

Be careful, a “CPA” firm that prepares your monthly books CANNOT provide you with audited financial statements because an auditing firm MUST be “independent”!

IRS Notices About Payroll

What do I do now?

1) I know I sent them the money-but they keep asking for tax forms
2) What is a Form 941?
3) What is this confusing form from The MO Division of Employment Security-I registered with the Department of Revenue-shouldn’t they have this stuff already?

Starting My Own Business – Now What

1) Should I become an LLC
2) What is the difference in “Disregarded Entity” and Corporation
3) Do I have employees or sub-contractors
4) How do I get a tax ID from the Fed and from the state of Missouri

“Do I need an attorney to set up my company
entity?” “Is it better to be a Corporation, Sole Proprietor or LLC?” ”
What is the difference in an employee and an independent contractor?”
“Which accounting software is best for me?”