One of Plymouth Michigan’s Top Tax Accounting Firms
Are you looking to work with one of Michigan top ranked tax accounting firms? Schultz & Associates, CPA was established with the goal of understanding their clients needs and providing value to its clients.
Our CPA Firm believes value starts with mutual respect and consistent communication which is pivotal in assessing your individual needs, goals, capacities, and banking requirements.
We work as a team of experienced professionals and maintain a broad spectrum of knowledge across various industries.We maintain a staff level capable of handling privately held mid size companies with annual revenue in the $10 million to $25 million range and employee levels between 100 and 250.
We service clients in the areas of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll processing. We can help with the basics but excel with the complex.
Our clients include mid-size corporations, individuals, trusts, and small businesses in a diverse range of industries such as the auto sector, law firms, medical professionals, retail, real estate, dental practices, chiropractors, restaurants, engineering, ophthalmologists, veterinarians, condominium associations, and the non-profit sector.
We are proud that many of our accounting staff have grown up and continue to participate in the community where our Michigan CPA Firm office has always been located.
If you are working in Livonia, Northville, Canton, Southfield, Detroit, Dearborn or Ann Arbor and are looking for a CPA close to town.
Benefits of Hiring Tax Accounting Firms
We are often asked why we need to be retained. What is wrong with some of the online software available. At Schultz CPA we will be honest with you. If we believe that you would continue to be best served by using online software, we will tell you. Below are some issues that can be leveraged with hiring tax accounting firms to prepare your taxes.
- The Affordable Care Act has made income tax preparation more difficult than ever.
- You may be missing deductions.
- Your employer does not reimburse you for your out-of-pocket business expenses.
- You are unsure how much money you are saving by contributing to your IRA or 401(k).
- You own a small business.
- Your hobby is becoming profitable.
- Someone is suggesting that you set up an LLC for your business.
- You need to transition your business to family members.
- You are considering selling your business.
Tax advice contained on this website, including attachments, is not intended or written to be used, and may not be used for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.