Small Business Advisory

Embark on your small business journey in Coweta County with expert assistance

Where do I Start?

Venturing on a small business endeavor in Coweta County? I’m here to assist you in navigating the initial steps. Let me direct you to the essential resources and help you establish the optimal sequence for fundamental processes that pave the way to your success.

  • Business License
  • Limited Liability Corporation
  • State Registration
  • FIN or EIN
  • Bank Account
  • Insurances
IRS Enrolled Agent, Tax Services
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Staring a New Business Can be Tough...

Navigating Your Business’s Path: Expert Guidance from The Tax Axe

Embarking on a new business journey is both thrilling and complex. The decisions you make now can shape your success for years to come. At The Tax Axe, we’re here to offer you the clarity and support you need to make informed choices every step of the way.

Choosing the Right Business Structure: Corporation or LLC?

Deciding whether to establish a corporation or an LLC is a pivotal choice that impacts your business’s legal, financial, and operational aspects. Clarence is well-versed in the nuances of both structures. We’ll analyze your business goals, risk tolerance, and future growth plans to guide you towards the structure that aligns best with your vision.

Running a Non-Profit with Purpose:

For those committed to making a positive impact through non-profit endeavors, our guidance goes beyond financial considerations. I help you navigate the complexities of non-profit regulations, tax exemptions, and reporting requirements. Let us empower you to drive change while ensuring your non-profit’s sustainability.

Precise Bookkeeping: The Foundation of Success:

Organized and accurate bookkeeping is essential for any thriving business. I understand the significance of maintaining clear financial records. We offer comprehensive bookkeeping service referrals tailored to your specific needs, ensuring that your financial data remains transparent and compliant.

Your Personalized Business Solution Awaits:

Join me for a one-on-one consultation where we dive deep into your aspirations, challenges, and business landscape.  I will help you craft a customized roadmap that outlines the optimal path forward. I’m not just a tax professional; I am a dedicated partners invested in your business’s triumph.

Your Success, Our Priority:

At The Tax Axe, your business’s success is our driving force. With a commitment to excellence and an unwavering dedication to your goals, we’re here to provide the guidance, support, and expertise you need. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and embark on a journey towards a thriving and successful business.

New small businesses face several critical tax decisions that can significantly impact their financial health. Here are key tax considerations to address before launching your business:

  1. Business Structure: Choose a legal structure (sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, corporation) that aligns with your business goals. Each structure has unique tax implications, affecting liability, reporting, and taxation.

  2. Tax ID Numbers: Obtain the necessary tax identification numbers, such as an Employer Identification Number (EIN) from the IRS. This is crucial for tax reporting and opening a business bank account.

  3. Accounting Method: Decide between cash and accrual accounting methods. The chosen method affects when you recognize income and expenses, impacting your tax liability.

  4. Estimated Taxes: Determine if you’re required to make estimated quarterly tax payments to cover income and self-employment taxes. Avoid penalties by staying current on your payments.

  5. State and Local Taxes: Research state and local tax obligations, including sales tax, property tax, and business licenses. Compliance with these taxes varies by location and industry.

  6. Employee Taxes: Understand your responsibilities regarding employee payroll taxes, including withholding income tax, Social Security, and Medicare contributions.

  7. Business Expenses: Familiarize yourself with deductible business expenses, such as office supplies, travel, and marketing costs. Properly tracking and documenting expenses can lower your taxable income.

  8. Home Office Deduction: If you’re operating from a home office, explore the home office deduction. It allows you to deduct a portion of your home-related expenses as business expenses.

  9. Retirement Plans: Consider setting up a retirement plan for yourself and any employees. These plans can provide tax advantages while helping you save for the future.

  10. Startup Costs: Understand how to deduct startup expenses and organizational costs. Depending on the amount, you may be able to write off a portion immediately or amortize it over time.


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Even More to Consider:
  1. Tax Credits: Research available tax credits for small businesses, such as the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit or the Research and Development Tax Credit.
  2. Sales Tax Collection: Determine whether you’re required to collect and remit sales tax on products or services sold. State laws vary, so ensure compliance with local regulations.
  3. Healthcare Options: Explore health insurance options for yourself and your employees. You may be eligible for tax credits under the Affordable Care Act.
  4. Record Keeping: Establish organized record-keeping practices to maintain accurate financial records. This is crucial for tax reporting and potential audits.
  5. Consult Professionals: Consider consulting with a tax professional or accountant specializing in small businesses. Their expertise can help you make informed decisions and avoid costly mistakes.

Addressing these tax decisions before launching your small business can save you time, money, and potential headaches down the road.

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Start Your Small Business with Knowledge

Taking the time to address these considerations before launching your small business can help you lay a solid foundation for success and navigate potential challenges more effectively.

Contact Us to Get Started on Your Business Journey!

Remember, with The Tax Axe, you’re not just a client – you’re part of our family.