Like any business owner, you’re always looking for a way to add to your bottom line, to increase the ratio of revenue over expenses. Did you know that there’s a relatively easy way to do exactly that without having to hire new employees or come up with a new business plan?

You can “hire” the Tax Code and add a strategic tax plan to your business plan.

How does the Tax Code impact my bottom line?

Our tax code is thousands of pages long, with thousands of more pages of regulations. There are even thousands of more pages of IRS guidance, along with volumes of court cases interpreting all those laws, regulations, and guidance. The reality is, very few people take advantage of every tax break offered to them.

Also, most tax advisors aren’t proactive when it comes to saving their clients money. They put the “right” numbers in the “right” boxes on the “right forms,” and get them filed by the “right” deadlines. Then they call it a day. They do a great job recording the history you give them. But that’s all.

When all you’re doing is recording tax history so you can pay taxes correctly, it is like closing the barn door after the cows have already gotten out. It’s far better to put together a tax strategy that keeps your income where it belongs—with you. At the end of the day, it’s what you keep from your income that impacts your bottom line right now.

What do you mean by a Strategic Tax Plan?

A basic business fundamental is to maximize money coming in and minimize money going out. In other words, the easiest way to increase your business profit is by not spending income unnecessarily. A Strategic Tax Plan is a true business fundamental. Odds are, you don’t have one.

How can Financial Gravity help me?

At Financial Gravity, our team members work with you to create a Tax Blueprint. The Tax Blueprint provides a clear, proactive, strategic tax reduction plan that is customized specifically for you and your business.  

The first step is to design your Strategic Tax Blueprint. That’s what a Tax Blueprint is: a comprehensive tax design built specifically for you. Next, we work with you to implement the Plan. This “build” phase is called the Tax Operating System. We do all the work, and we make it easy. Finally, you realize the benefits of the design and build steps as you see tax reduction take place and your bottom line increase. Financial Gravity’s team members are with you the whole way to improve and maintain your strategic tax plan.

How has Financial Gravity helped others?

No small business owner likes paying taxes. In a series of case studies available for download, you can read the testimonies of several small business owners who increased business revenue through a strategic tax plan created for them by the Financial Gravity team.

Each of these Financial Gravity clients has increased their bottom line to the tune of anywhere from $10,000 to nearly $50,000 annually from tax reduction. How? By following the unique Tax Blueprint that one of our team members set up for each of them.

One satisfied client, Dr. Ron Perkins, an orthodontist, has saved several thousand dollars per year during his annual tax planning sessions. He says: “That money goes right to my bottom line and helps me sleep soundly!”

Each of these business owners was able to free up capital and time to focus on the “big picture issues” that add real value to their business. Of course, each business owner’s situation is unique. There’s only one way to find out what kind of results you could achieve…

Request a Free Tax Assessment today!

We serve business owners just like yourself with Strategic Tax Planning that no one else is doing. Have one of our friendly team members give you a call and tell you more about Strategic Tax Planning. Remember: every minute you wait is more of your hard-earned money that you will never see, overpaid in taxes you don’t legally, ethically, or morally owe. All because you don’t have a strategic tax reduction plan – a Tax Blueprint. Let’s Talk!

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