Helping Business Owners Fund Their Important Projects By Finding Little Known Tax Credits That Are Often Overlooked
Reach out today and say “Hello.” Let’s have a conversation where I may be able to identify untapped federal tax credits available to your business in addition to unnecessary or over-inflated business expenses.
The conversation is free.
Hello, I am Kate Johnson, a/k/a Kate The Connector!
I consult with a wide variety of Specialized Incentives and Expense Reductions that most Business Owners, Accountants and CPA’s are unaware of how to capture. I connect businesses to strategic business partnerships and resources designed to reduce risk, increase peace of mind and functioning workspaces.
How Can I Help Your Business?
It all starts with a conversation! Does your business own real estate? Do you have employees? Do you buy Workman’s Compensation insurance? Have you taken advantage of the governments Employer Tax Credit program? Do you process over $100,000/year in credit card payments?
Business Owners: Let's Talk About Your Cash Flow
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business. Understanding what it is and how important it is will help you manage your business more profitably.
Do You Own Commercial Real Estate?
Do you own Commercial Real Estate? Learn more about a Cost Segregation Study and how I can help your business save money, cut costs, and maybe even qualify for unrealized tax credits.
Affordable Legal Support for Business Owners
How would you like the ability to talk to an attorney on any matter without worrying about high hourly costs. I have an easy, simple, and affordable way to get legal help and the peace of mind needed when you need it.
7 Things You Can Do To Avoid an IRS Audit
While the risk of being audited is still relatively low, no one likes to go through an audit. You can further decrease your chances of having to deal with the IRS by taking some additional steps before filing your return.
Does Your Company Have More Than 5 W-2 Employees?
Employers generally can earn a tax credit equal to 25% or 40% of a new employee’s first-year wages, up to the maximum for the target group to which the employee belongs.
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