In order to open and run a new business in the State of Florida, it is mandatory to have all necessary licenses and permits to operate in place. We will assist you to determine which licenses and permits your new business requires, and process applications to obtain them.
In addition to registering with the State of Florida (Department of State) a new business may also need to register with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Furthermore, new businesses will most likely be required to register with local authorities such as municipalities and counties. Our team will assist in registering your business with all of the necessary authorities, and help you understand the taxes you are required to collect and pay to the State of Florida.
An Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number, is used to identify a business entity. Being such number is how taxes are reported, all businesses must apply for such.
We will carefully research to learn if your chosen business name is available for use in the State of Florida to avoid the rejection of the application. Once research is concluded, we will then assist in the registration of your business with the required authorities.
Either being a new business or one that has been operating many years, a set of fresh eyes can always be of help. We can assist by offering advice and recommendations to ensure the lasting financial health of your business or effective management of personal expenditure.
Using our in-depth knowledge of business management, accounting and tax laws, we are able to offer advice and recommendations on how to establish, maintain and grow your business in the U.S.
Individuals relocating to the United States usually forget to consider the tax implications of becoming a U.S. resident. Certain transactions can be considered taxable in the United States even though sometimes the foreign home country does not tax the transaction. Unlike many countries, the worldwide income and assets of all US citizens and tax residents are subject to tax in the U.S. Additionally, even individuals who do not plan on permanently moving to the U.S. may still become a tax resident through physical presence. We are here to assist you to foresee such implications to avoid tax evasion and/or a proper plan is put in place to assure your finances are not impacted by such taxations in the U.S.
Individuals and corporations that live and/or operate in multiple countries are often subject to tax laws of multiple jurisdictions. A lack of international tax planning and misunderstanding as to how these fiscal laws are applied with each other can leave assets and income subject to double-taxation, fines, and penalties.
We can assist with business entities and individuals at any timeline ranging from start-up ventures to established international companies as well as in complex taxation matters.
Offering full-service payroll calculation and distribution of compensation to employees, and payment of payroll taxes.
Benefits of running payroll with our firm could include but no limited to the ease of timely payroll, direct deposit to your employee’s bank accounts, assistance of employee paperwork compliance.
All subcontractors must file and pay taxes including state, local and federal income and self-employment taxes on their own. The general contractor must file IRS Form 1099-MISC if the subcontractor earns over $600.
Maintaining separation between subcontractor and employee tasks helps prevent any misunderstandings or claims of employee misclassification by the IRS. Subcontractors should only work on projects and tasks assigned in the subcontractor agreement, should work remotely or at a temporary work station and should supply computer equipment and other electronics needed to perform tasks unless otherwise stated in the agreement.
Filing of form 1120 can be extremely complexed. We assist in accurately filing Form 1120, required by law for domestic corporations to report income, gains, losses, deductions, credits, and to figure income tax liability.
We assist in accurately filing Form 1120, required by law for domestic corporations to report income, gains, losses, deductions, credits of a domestic corporation or other entity for any tax year covered by an election to be an S Corporation. Section 199A applicable.
We will assist in accurately filing of Form 1065, an information return used to report the profits, losses and deductions of business partnerships. When foreigners are partners in such entity, we will assure that proper schedules are added to avoid questioning of the IRS.
Assistance in the accurate filing of Form 990 (Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax), required by tax-exempt organizations, nonexempt charitable trusts, and section 527 political organizations to provide the IRS with the information required by Section 6033.
A business address in prime locations around the world. Establish a presence in any market with a virtual office. Our Virtual Office plans includes mail handling, same day scanning for e-mail with a professional business address.
The State of Florida mandates that all businesses and occupations have in place the necessary permits and licenses in order to operate. We can assist you determine which permits and licenses your business requires and assist you in obtaining them.
As a certification authority, we are authorized to issue digital certificates. These certificates are employed as a guarantee that the individual using them is, in fact, who they claim to be.
Providing a detailed assessment of the legal, financial, and business risks associated with a merger or acquisition. It is recommended that any involved party perform due diligence, regardless of the nature and scope of the deal.
We understand that some of the IRS forms can be overwhelming to complete. We are here to assist with the filing of various IRS forms pertaining to individuals and businesses as required by law.
We represent individuals, businesses, and tax-exempt organizations in need of tax controversy assistance before the Internal Revenue Service, the Florida Department of Revenue, Florida Counties, and municipal taxing authorities. We understand how dealing with taxing authorities can be very stressful and time consuming,¬ often causing a disruption in your professional or personal life and we would love to take that burden of you.
We will help you file for a Worker’s Compensation Exemption, which allows individuals like independent contractors to be exempt from worker’s compensation payments. This type of exemption is most common in the construction industry.
A quitclaim deed is a legal instrument that is used to transfer interest in real property. This means that the grantor does not guarantee that it actually owns any interest in the property at the time of the transfer, or if it does own an interest, that the title is free and clear.
As a State of Florida Notary Public I can provide notary services including; Affidavits, Notarizations for Depositions, Verifying VIN’s, Power of Attorney, Apostille Service, and more.
Orlando notary service appointed for the whole State of Florida
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