Offers in Compromise

An Offer in Compromise could be just the Solution you need. Find out today.
Maybe you didn’t know that the IRS has an Offer in Compromise program that can be utilized by the tax payer when liability has been incorrectly assessed or when total liability is more than you can afford to pay.

When presented correctly to the IRS, this might mean your tax liability is entirely eliminated for as little as 5-15% of the total amount.

Our experienced tax specialists can help you determine if you might qualify for an Offer in Compromise, or if a tax payment plan would be the better route for you to go.

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Vendor Negotiation Tips for Palm Harbor Business Owners

Is your hustle muscle feeling strong right now? I hope so because if your business is going to make it moving forward, it’s going to have to be – at least for somebody on your business team. This inflationary environment virtually demands it (as does a likely...

A Cutting Expenses How-to for Palm Harbor Businesses

As a small business owner, you’re battling on a lot of different fronts right now. You’re doing your best to keep employees happy, raise prices without driving away customers, pivot to alternative supply options as your current ones dry up, adjust for changing...

The Art of Raising Prices for Palm Harbor Small Businesses

The unfortunate reality of things right now is that businesses across the board might need to raise their prices. Inflation’s increasingly pervasive effects, as well as continued supply shortages, demand that pricing models change – or at least be...

Raises and Inflation: Palm Harbor Business Owners, Listen Up

Everywhere I turn there’s a Palm Harbor business with a “Now Hiring” sign in the window. Are you seeing this too? Staffing is an issue in every industry across the country. Part of that? Making money isn’t the only reason people want a job. 2020 certainly shifted...

Eclipse Accounting and Tax’s Fighting Inflation Series: Taking Out a Business Loan

Today I want to start a series on how small businesses like yours can fight inflation. Because I know that’s one of the top concerns for businesses across the country right now. But I’d also like to know…How’s your business faring? I’m genuinely interested in how...

The Word on Payment Methods for Palm Harbor Businesses

…payment methods!Try to come up with one thing that’s more important to your Palm Harbor business than taking in revenue smoothly. Yeah, I couldn’t, either.And making sure that revenue is coming in becomes almost an obsession when you’re feeling the squeeze of...

Alleviating Cash Flow Management Pains for Palm Harbor Businesses

Because we’re talking cash flow management today… with a recession looming on the horizon and the effects of inflation being felt so hard in everyday life, it’s difficult not to freak out over what lies ahead for your Palm Harbor small business. But, some...

Why Should Palm Harbor Businesses Care About FASB and GAAP?

  Yes, inflation isn't slowing down, even here in Palm Harbor.Though it's not the main thing I'll be writing about today, I did want to point out this economic elephant in the room for my Hillsborough County business owner readers and clients, and not...

An Accounting Methods Rundown for Palm Harbor Businesses

Before I get into accounting methods basics today (a subject near to my heart) ... I hope you were able to get in on some Memorial Day activities this past weekend (though I know some Palm Harbor business owners are in the thick of things during this commemorative...

Making the Most of Your Palm Harbor Business’s P/L Statement

In the arena of not-so-good news, along with so many other things these days, there’s a lot of chatter about a possible recession on the horizon. Just when you thought things might be looking up… Inflationary insults to injury for Palm Harbor business...

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