We Prepare Tax Returns!

We prepare most type of tax returns:


S Corporation.

C Corporation.




Gary Bode, CPA is a Master's Degreed, nation wide accountant offering tax and business services. Member of AICPA and NCACPA. Our virtual office provides excellent service to long distance and international clients. Call (910) 399-2705 for a free phone consult.

Client Video Testimonials

Click here to watch some of our clients in their video testimonials!

Client Testimonials

The recession was hard on me. In 2009 the banks foreclosed a few of my rental properties, than issuing me 1099C's to make the situation even worse. This made my tax liability enormous, as a result I didn't file taxes for a couple of years. I started receiving letters about my unpaid taxes from the government and my job. The accountant I hired in the past really didn't know much about 1099C,,s. That's when I searched the web and found Gary a life saver to say the least, he knew exactly what to do. If I would not have waited three years to file I would not have lost thousands for filing late. I wish I would have found him sooner, the fact that he does taxes in any state is a plus. I truly cant say enough positive things about my experience doing business with Gary. Thanks Again.

Officer D, NYPD

Free Consult

Even though Gary enjoys helping colleagues, we no longer provide free consults to other tax preparers. He's happy to consult on an hourly billing basis if our schedule allows.

Pay Your CPA

Enter $ Below
Other Amount:
Your Email Address:

Form 1120 CPA offers last minuteTax Planning for 2012

Form 1120 CPA

Gary Bode CPA: consult with your Corporate CPA for last minute 2012 tax positioning. (910) 399-2705

Form 1120 CPAs watch as Congress procrastinates. Bonus depreciation and Bush tax cuts expire in 2012. Congress could extend these provisions. But who knows? Bush tax cuts, Bonus Depreciation, and favorable Dividend tax rates are all set to expire.“Any tax planning has to make sense for the Corporation’s long-term goals. Cash flow is one consideration. Taxes are just part of the Corporate picture. I suggest consulting with your CPA in 2012 for last-minute tax positioning. Don’t forget your State’s tax implications.” 
– Gary Bode, Form 1120 CPA

Same old Dividend Dilemma

Tax on 2012 dividends is 15%. In the past, Congress extended these rates and may do so again. But if they don’t, the rate could be 39.6% (the highest marginal individual tax rate). If cash flow allows, prepare to take Dividends in 2012. Plus a potential 3.8% Medicare surtax exists, depending on the stockholders adjusted gross income.

Wounded Warrior and other Work Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC)

Hiring certain classes of employees allows a WOTC of $2,400 to $9,600. Again Congress could extend these programs beyond 2012. Note this is a General Business Credit. You pay full employment taxes on the new employees. And then claim the General Business Credit on Form 1120. Beware of the potential cash flow trap.

50% Bonus Depreciation

Plan equipment purchases with input from your CPA. Immediate depreciation is not always warranted. For example, say you finance a $100,000 of equipment in 2012. In 2013, things are great; you get a $100,000 depreciation deduction. But later you’re still making payments and only the interest is deductible. Ouch. Financial discipline and tax planning should work together.


In 2012 the limit is $139,000 with a $560,000 ceiling. In 2013 it could be $25,000 with a $200,000. Consider accelerate purchases into 2012.

Corporate Vehicles

Ever wonder why there are so many SUVs on the road when gas prices are high? They incur “faster” depreciation rules. Again faster isn’t always better. Consider buying any Corporate vehicle in 2012.

I’m a Form 1120 CPA with a virtual office to serve your Corporation wherever it is. I suggest consulting with your CPA in December. If you don’t have a Corporate CPA, consider giving me a call at (910) 399-2705.


Leave a Reply

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>