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Pest Control Industry Tax Services: Don’t let taxes eat up your profits!
Let our accounting services team of CPA’s and Pest Control industry experts handle your tax preparation, planning, and tax audit representation. We have more than 20 years of pest control industry experience and are well versed in the ins and outs of tax deductions that work well for PMP Businesses.
Our accounting services will get your pest control business organized. Our accounting services team will plan and prepare your tax returns in a way that makes sense for you and minimizes your potential tax burden. If you know that filing your taxes isn’t going to be easy, or are looking at the piles of bills, receipts, papers, and invoices, we’ve got the expertise to help you plan ahead.
PCO Bookkeepers: Tax Planning & Preparation Services
Our CPA’s and accounting services will pull you back above water, organize your financials, and prepare you and your business for tax season. Planning ahead can not only put you in good shape to file your taxes, but with our pest control background, can help your business to get on track, just the way it needs to be.
Have you ever had your accountant call on April 14th and tell you that you owe a boatload of taxes due tomorrow?
That will never happen with PCO Bookkeepers Accounting Services. We monitor your income and expenses throughout the year and plan for additional deductions or estimated payments so you are never caught with a surprise at the filing deadline.
When it comes to taxes, it’s your responsibility to be able to support each and every number on your tax return with collaborating documentation.
Sounds like a lot of work. And it is….The problem is that we get so involved with running our businesses that many times we put record keeping on the back burner and do a mad dash at tax time to organize our records.
A Pest Control business has many moving parts including prepaid customer accounts, renewals, payroll, loan and lease payments for vehicles as well premiums payable or refunded based on general liability and or workers compensation insurance audits.
These items, as well as other issues make the monthly bookkeeping function an extremely important task that is paramount to minimizing taxes and filing on time.
Don’t Risk An Audit!
What happens if one day you go to your mailbox and pick up an envelope addressed to you with a return address from The U.S. Treasury – Internal Revenue Service stamped “Official Business?
Nothing strikes an emotional chord with small business owners like the prospect of a tax audit. Audits can often be an intrusive and unnerving experience, as government officials go through your records, books, finances, bank accounts and other personal and business records.
The last thing you want as a pest control company owner is to have to worry about things being in order, and filed where they should be. We understand how to get you organized for an audit, in a way that makes sense to your pest control business. With our experienced professionals, there is no need to panic at the thought of an audit, as PCO Bookkeepers has you covered!
Stop wasting time and money when it comes to your tax preparation, planning and or if you are being audited.
Pest Control Accounting Resources
In another installment of the “COVID-Proofing Your Pest Control Business” series, hosted by PCO Bookkeepers and Coalmarch, Dan Gordon and Donnie Shelton went through some questions pest control operators may have about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), like what...
In the fourth and final webinar of the “COVID-Proofing Your Pest Control Business” series, hosted by PCO Bookkeepers and Coalmarch, Dan Gordon shared several financial moves pest control companies should be making now. Watch the entire webinar replay here and the clip...
The PPP program was passed and implemented in such haste that it’s sure to be a calamity. Well, the first shoe has dropped. The treasury has added stipulations that were not a requirement of borrowing when the first tranche of funds was made available.