At Tax Centers US, we are dedicated to providing exceptional quality accounting, taxation and business consultation services to our clients. We look forward to working with you and your company in the near future. Please contact our office to schedule a confidential appointment at your convenience. Phone: (941) 313-9970.
Programs & Plans to Suit Your Needs
We have designed an accounting and accounting service program to meet our clients' needs and budgets, while also enabling our client's the ability to experience tax minimization planning and strategies.
No matter how new or small you may be we have a plan to fit your needs. Our promise is to give you the very best service, become part of your team, and to help achieve the goals you set when you started your business.
A Sampling of Required Filings
Some of the standard state and federal filings are listed in the next sections of this page. This is not a complete listing of all tax returns and reports that may be required for your unique business needs.
Additionally, we have some commonly used forms available for download:
Tangible personal property taxes are ad valorem taxes based on the values of furnishings, fixtures, signs, supplies,and equipment used in the operation of a business. This is a required annual filing.
Intangible taxes are assessed by the state based on the value of the corporation and its trade receivables. This is a required
Florida's law provides that each sale, admission charge, storage, or rental is taxable unless the transaction is specifically exempt. Sales tax returns may be due monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually.
This payroll unemployment tax return is due at the end month following the quarter.
This is an annual renewal of your corporation. The failure to file this document by its due date of May 1st will result in substantial fines ($400 to $750) and/or the automatic dissolution of the corporation.
This filing is due within Seventy Five Days of Incorporation. Failure to complete this step will result in a corporation retaining C-Corporation Status and the business owner will experience a double taxation of corporate profits in most instances.
Required by all Corporations regardless of number of employees or if payroll was taken. These filings are due by the end of the month following a quarter month.
This includes the annual unemployment tax return filing along with W-2s, W-3s, 1099s and 1096 filings. These returns are due annually and failure to file will result in substantial penalties.
The corporate income tax return is due annually on or before the 15th day of the third month following the end of the year.