Corporate Tax Planning
Creating Value from Day One
Effective small business tax planning increases your firm’s cash flow, enhances net profits, and creates opportunities for growth, as well as reduces your current tax obligations. Through efficient planning and structuring of business transactions, we can help clients avoid overpayment of tax obligations and seize opportunities for growth.
The small business tax planning Accountants and Enrolled Agents at Syntegric Advisors, provide independent and unbiased tax planning and implementation that today’s small businesses need. Our business tax planning Accountants and Enrolled Agents design and implement tax strategies that help our small business clients avoid tax pitfalls and take advantage of opportunities.
Our firm’s success is built on our relationships with our clients. We work closely with our small business clients’ in-house personnel in order to better understand the company’s business and its tax planning needs and goals. Based on this understanding, we carefully tailor our tax planning strategies to address your specific needs. As independent advisors we have the objectivity to cut through resistance to change, turf battles and antiquated thinking.
Working with Other Professionals
Our firm works with corporate tax planning clients directly and in cooperation with other law and accounting firms where corporate tax planning is not their main area of expertise.
Let us help manage your tax liabilities so you can manage your growth. Contact Syntegric Advisors for effective corporate tax planning services, including:
- Tax related aspects of taxable and tax free purchase, sale and merger agreements of S corporations and C corporations
- Analysis of income and assets to reduce income tax liabilities
- Capital gain planning, including converting ordinary income to capital gains
- Maximizing low-taxed assets
- Utilizing business loans
- Section 199 Domestic Production Activity Deductions
- Section 263A Capitalization and inclusion in inventory costs of certain expenses
- Section 471 (c) General rule for inventories
- Section 280E Cannabis Accounting, Deductions, & Strategy
- Use of tax accounting methods to reduce tax liabilities
- Change of accounting methods
- Pros and cons of S corporations and C corporations
- Executive compensation issues
- Employee benefit plans
- Deferred compensation planning
- Non-qualified deferred compensation plans
- Real estate ownership tax issues, from acquisition to disposition
- Utilizing Section 1031 exchanges to reduce your taxes on gains from the sale of business assets
- Tax deferral strategies, including installment sales