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At RM&N, we are dedicated to providing quality accounting and tax services to closely held businesses in the Central Florida area.
RM&N provides a full range of tax services to various types of closely held businesses including S Corporations, C Corporations, LLCs, partnerships, and unincorporated entities. We offer tax planning services to help identify tax-saving strategies. During tax preparation, we strive to prepare the most accurate returns and implement various quality control procedures to prevent errors and mitigate potential government inquiries. In addition, our knowledgeable and friendly staff is available to discuss tax and accounting issues and assist with any necessary year-end bookkeeping adjustments. We strive to provide business owners with peace of mind relating to their tax situation so that they spend more time building their business.
RM&N provides three levels of accounting services which result in the issuance of Financial Statements: compilations, reviews and audits. As members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), we participate in a quality review program every third year, at which time an independent Certified Public Accounting firm conducts a review of our auditing and accounting practices. We are proud to report that we have consistently received unqualified opinions from the AICPA, currently with no letters of comment.
Accounting & Bookkeeping Assistance
RM&N offers customized accounting and bookkeeping services to meet our clients' needs. Our staff is available year round to help business owners or their accounting staff with questions about specific transactions, posting journal entries or to provide QuickBooks assistance. We also offer monthly or quarterly write-ups for small business clients that need regular bookkeeping services including bank reconciliations, general ledger maintenance and financial statement preparation.
NEWS AND RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES:
The IRS requires more than 2 percent S corporation owners to report health insurance premiums as compensation on their W-2. See the above link for more details.
A reference guide to help individuals and business owners determine how long to keep accounting related documents.
An IRS article on the tax provisions of recent health care legislation.