Every small business owner needs a clear tax reduction plan
As a small business owner, are you more like Kris Kringle or Ebenezer Scrooge? Before you answer, consider this bit of information. If you’re a small business owner, it’s VERY likely you’re paying TOO much in taxes. Why? Because you don’t have a strategic tax plan in place. Maybe you have a business plan, a fire evacuation plan, and a Monday plan of attack, but if you don’t have a Tax Blueprint®, you don’t have an adequate tax plan. A Tax Blueprint® is a clear tax reduction plan that is customized specifically for you and your business.
Here’s why it’s ok to be a Scrooge with the IRS:
1/ Your CPA wasn’t trained to help you reduce your taxes. Because your CPA is unaware of how to proactively and strategically use the tax code, he or she may be irrationally afraid of being red-flagged by the IRS, (which means they probably won’t help you use the tax code to lower your income tax.) You can read more about that here.
2/ The tax code is complex and daunting. It’s over 70,000 pages of laws upon laws upon laws. Though there are plenty of legal, moral, and ethical ways to help reduce your tax liability located within the tax code, you’ll need a lot of patience and time to decipher the legality of all of their uses (and as a small business owner myself, I know for a fact there are not enough hours in the day to do that.)
3/It’s LEGAL (and also moral and ethical if that’s your cup of tea.) Though the tax code may be a boring read, the “rules” located within it are 100% legal to use (if implemented correctly.) In fact, that’s what they’re there for!
4/It literally costs you nothing. After your 15-30min no-obligation assessment, we will determine if we can adequately reduce your tax liability. If so, you can expect that the total reduction of your taxes will be substantially higher than the cost of the service itself. This is backed up by our 2X savings guarantee (that means you’ll never pay more than half of what we save you in tax savings.)
When you don’t have to send off your hard earned income to the IRS, you’ll have more money available to pump back into your business or boost your local economy.
Still unsure if you need a clear tax reduction plan?
Read these case studies to see how we helped five small business owners keep THOUSANDS of dollars in their pockets instead of sending it away to the IRS.