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S Corp Hard Money Facts, Net Savings

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By Jason Watson ()
Posted November 23, 2018

Sales pitch alert! The Watson CPA Group specializes in S corporations which have a small number of shareholders, and often just a one-person show. Did you know that 95% of all S Corps have only one shareholder, and 99% of all S Corps have three or fewer shareholders?

Because small businesses are a core competency for us, we have created an S Corp package that includes the following-

Aspen

Vail

Breck

Keystone

S Corp Reasonable Salary Calculation

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Section 199A Pass-Thru Optimization

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

S Corp Payroll Filings and Deposits

Yes

Yes

Annual Processing (W-2s, up to five 1099’s)

Yes

Yes

S Corporation Tax Prep (Form 1120S)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Individual Tax Prep (Form 1040), One Owner

Yes

Yes

Estimated Tax Payments

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

2019 Tax Planning, Mock Tax Returns

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Unlimited Consultation, PBRs

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

First Research Industry Reports

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Small Business Tax Deductions Optimization

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

IRS Audit Defense

Yes

Yes

Annual Fee

$2,940

$2,640

$2,460

$2,160

Monthly Fee

$245

$220

$205

$180

Couple of things to keep in mind- we make very little profits on payroll processing… we offer it as a convenience to our clients. One throat to choke with a single call can be reassuring but if you want to run your payroll, go for it! And… the benefit of the Watson CPA Group preparing both tax returns is that we slide things around depending on income limitations, phaseouts, alternative minimum tax (AMT), etc. Having our arms around both can yield great tax planning and some excellent tax savings!

Some more things to consider- when a partial year remains, our usual annual fee is pro-rated to not charge you for services you didn’t use (like payroll and consultation). However, a large chunk of our annual fee is tax preparation which is typically a fixed amount of $1,300 (both corporate and personal). Whether we onboard you in January, July or December, we have to prepare a full-year tax return. This increases the monthly fee for the remaining months of the year but the monthly fee will later decrease in January of the following year to reflect the amounts above.

Break-even analysis is based on our annual fee of $2,940. If an S corporation saves you 8% to 10% (on average) in taxes over the garden-variety LLC, then $2,940 divided by 9% equals $32,667 of net business income after expenses.

You can always find someone to do it for less- we know that. At the same time, we have a vested interest in your success and provide sound tax and business consultation as a part of our service. Here is a link to our Periodic Business Review agenda that we cover throughout the year so our consultation to you is comprehensive-

www.wcgurl.com/PBR

We also have written a webpage on end of year tax planning-

www.wcgurl.com/EOY

Common S Corp candidates and current clients for the Watson CPA Group are consultants, financial advisors, physicians, chiropractors, doctors, surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, insurance agents, photographers (the profitable ones), online retailers, FBA retailers, among several others. We also have several medical groups and financial advisor teams.

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