It’s that time of year again, a time to reflect on all the things you are most grateful for. Similar to raising a child, starting and maintaining a successful business can’t be done unless you enlist the help of an entire village. By implementing some of Financial Gravity’s tax-centric financial advice, small and medium-sized business owners (like you) will receive two things you can be grateful for, for years to come, 1/ time to think about big-picture issues, and 2/ money to invest back into your business.
Below are three clients who are thankful for Financial Gravity’s tax-centric financial advice:
1/ Jeanne Johnston and Bobbie Parker, co-owners of Johnston, Parker & Associates (JPA), are thankful for their retirement plans.
Thanks to Financial Gravity, both Jeanne Johnston and Bobbie Parker, co-owners of JPA associates, now have retirement plans that make sense. In addition to retirement plans, JPA also decided to implement Financial Gravity’s Tax Operating System®, bookkeeping, and payroll services. Outsourcing those functions cleared up their schedules, allowing them more time to “develop their people.”
2/ Dr. Ron Perkins, owner of Perkins Orthodontics, is thankful for real investment diversity without commissions.
Though Dr. Perkins first came to us for investments, he quickly jumped at the chance to save money on taxes with our various tax planning services. Unlike other advisors who are product, commission, or transaction driven, all of our financial advice is tax-centric, meaning we let the tax code call the shots.
3/ Kim Holmes, owner of Holmes Service Company, LLC, is thankful for lower taxes.
Kim Holmes was experiencing excellent success and increased revenue as a small business owner. Unfortunately, that also meant she was experiencing an increased tax liability. By implementing our tax and financial planning services, we prevented Holmes from paying $12,000 too much in taxes.
Receiving good financial advice can be hard to come by when you consider all that is currently wrong with the financial system. Your CPA isn’t trained to help you save money on your taxes, and your financial advisor is more concerned with selling you a product or making a commission than giving you advice that positions your company for success. At Financial Gravity, we are thankful for the Tax Code. It’s over 70,000 pages of “green lights,” or legal, moral, and ethical ways to lower your personal income taxes. If understood and implemented correctly, the Tax Code will save you thousands of dollars in taxes a year.
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