Your business is complex. The tax code is complex. And perhaps you don’t have the time or the inclination to be a master of both. By working with SoftwareCPAs, we can help you understand tax implications, make smart decisions, and save you time and money—all while allowing you to focus on growing your business. We’ll share our expertise in four key taxation areas, and because we specialize in serving the tech industry, we’ll do it in a way that makes sense for you and your organization.
A good tax plan can provide a clearer path to lower taxes, but it’s not a ‘one and done’ process. Working together, we’ll systematically break down tax planning into nine major categories—technology tax incentives; timing of transactions and revenue recognition; business structure; employee benefits; generational planning; reinvestments; bundling intellectual property, state and local taxes; and exit planning—with an eye on the current year and on the future.
Tax Returns and Compliance
Business and personal tax return filings are core to any healthy organization, and a poorly executed tax return may miss important disclosures, trigger audits, cause financing problems or result in higher taxes. At SoftwareCPAs, we’ll proactively ensure that your bookkeeping is in order and that your tax planning is done before we begin tax return preparations. The result is fewer mistakes and quicker turnaround, which helps you meet important deadlines.
Other Tax Reporting
Our holistic approach to taxes will support all of your filing needs, including payroll, sales, personal property and international taxes, as well as licensing. Our expertise and familiarity with the constantly evolving technology industry also means that we keep our clients informed of tax laws that are also constantly evolving to meet the realities of new business models.
When a U.S. technology company scales, it’s best-practice to begin looking across borders to reduce taxes and protect your intellectual property. Whether you need a homerun international tax plan—like domiciling intellectual property in low-tax jurisdictions—or just a referral to a partner firm who can guide you toward basic compliance, SoftwareCPAs can help.