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  • Why should I have a professional handle my taxes for me?
    Tax law is complex and constantly changing. Keeping up with the tax code is a full-time job, and chances are you don’t have that kind of time! Working with a professional ensures that your taxes will be error-free and that you’ll minimize your tax liability.
  • When are my taxes due?
    March 15 is the deadline for corporate tax returns. April 15 is the deadline for individual tax returns, but dates can vary year to year based on holidays, weekends, etc. If you’re worried about meeting these deadlines, contact us as soon as possible, as it may be possible to request an extension from the IRS.
  • Is e-filing a better option?
    There are several benefits to e-filing your tax return. It’s fast, easy, and cost effective. And you’ll receive a confirmation from the IRS that they have received your tax return.
  • How much are your services?
    The cost of our services varies depending on the needs of each client. Please contact us to learn more!
  • Do you work with businesses, individuals, or both?"
    Desnoyers CPA works with businesses, individuals, families, and anyone else who desires accounting expertise and first-class service!
  • Does my business need an accountant?
    If your business makes money, you are required to file taxes with the IRS. The larger and more complex your business is, the more difficult it is to keep the numbers straight. An accountant can assist you with your taxes, your bookkeeping, and many other vital services. Contact us today to discuss your situation and determine whether an accountant is necessary for your business!
  • How can a CPA benefit my business?
    A CPA can help your business in a number of ways, from tax preparation and audit support to financial analysis and fraud prevention. Contact us to discuss your situation!
  • How can a CPA benefit me personally?
    Working with a CPA can ensure that your tax returns are properly filed and that your tax liability is minimized. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you.
  • I received a letter from the IRS, what should I do?"
    Contact us for a consultation immediately! Too many taxpayers think they can correspond directly with the IRS… only to find that they have made matters worse. As a CPA, not only do we understand the tax code and how to approach each issue, but we can work directly with the IRS on your behalf while you continue running your business and living your life!
  • I think I made an error when filing my own taxes, what should I do now?"
    Contact us to discuss the situation. Depending on the circumstances, it may be necessary to file an Amended Return or take further action.
  • Why would I need Forensic Accounting?
    If your business has even one employee, forensic accounting is highly recommended to prevent fraud. In addition, forensic accounting is often necessary during divorce proceedings, bankruptcy and other financially related disputes.
  • What are the most common types of fraud?
    Employee fraud costs businesses $50 Billion per year, according to a 2012 study conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Common forms of fraud include embezzlement, paybacks & kickbacks, internal theft, profit “skimming”, and more.
  • How do I set up my business? Should it be a limited liability corporation, sole proprietorship, s-corporation, etc?"
    That depends on your specific circumstances. Give us a call to discuss your options, and we’ll help you make the best possible decision for your business!

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