We Prepare Tax Returns!

We prepare most type of tax returns:

Individual. 

S Corporation.

C Corporation.

Partnership.

Payroll.

Amended.

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.

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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

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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.

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Payroll Tax CPA answers what is Payroll Accounting? Can I be my own payroll accountant?

In some cases it’s prudent to keep payroll accounting in-house. It’s certainly cheaper. I can help you decide about that. If the answer is yes, I can help set payroll up and then be available for support as required. (910) 399-2705.

I used a payroll tax CPA when I ran my first business, before . . . → Read More: Payroll Tax CPA answers what is Payroll Accounting? Can I be my own payroll accountant?

S Corp CPA discusses payroll tax withholding and deposits | late payroll federal tax Form 941 deposits and the IRS penalty

We can teach your S Corp’s staff to handle payroll in-house. And then provide support if or when needed. (910) 399-2705

As an S Corp CPA, payroll tax compliance is the most common problem I see. And it has greater potential implications than just the IRS penalty. I’ll present an intermediate level IRS Form . . . → Read More: S Corp CPA discusses payroll tax withholding and deposits | late payroll federal tax Form 941 deposits and the IRS penalty

Payroll CPA provides a 2014 Comprehensive Example of Typical Payroll Cost

I know it’s strange to have a payroll CPA urging your company to keep payroll in house. But I prefer to train the bookkeeper and then stay available for support if needed. For a free payroll consult call (910) 399 2705.

Hi I’m Gary Bode, a payroll CPA. I think most businesses could and . . . → Read More: Payroll CPA provides a 2014 Comprehensive Example of Typical Payroll Cost

Form 940 CPA discusses 2013 FUTA Preparation | Schedule A of Form 940 | example of Form 940 preparation | amending Form 940

Gary Bode, CPA: I hope this Form 940 preparation example helps. (910) 399-2705.

Form 940: CPA example of 2013 FUTA calculations. Hi I’m Gary Bode, a CPA with a virtual office to help your company wherever it is. I believe in making clients as self-reliant in payroll administration as they wish. And then give . . . → Read More: Form 940 CPA discusses 2013 FUTA Preparation | Schedule A of Form 940 | example of Form 940 preparation | amending Form 940

Payroll CPA | IRS Form 941 Payroll Tax Deposit Example | Employer’s QUARTERLY Federal Tax Return

We handle payroll but try to make your Company as self-sufficient as you want it to be. Often we just train your staff, watch the payroll function for a few cycles and stand by as support if your Company needs it. Our virtual office provides responsive service regardless your Company’s location. For a free . . . → Read More: Payroll CPA | IRS Form 941 Payroll Tax Deposit Example | Employer’s QUARTERLY Federal Tax Return

Form 941 CPA offers an example Form 941 Preparation | 2013 Payroll Administration

Gary Bode, CPA: Form 941 might seem complicated. But it’s just a set of processes; only the numbers change. (910) 399-2705.

I’ll provide an example for preparing IRS Form 941. Please see the Form 941 link below. I’m using the 4th Quarter of 2012 version, which is due January 31st, 2013. Lines 5a and . . . → Read More: Form 941 CPA offers an example Form 941 Preparation | 2013 Payroll Administration

Form 8941 CPA comments on 2012 Requirements | Payroll issues

Gary Bode, CPA: Form 8941 is just part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. For a free phone consult call (910) 399-2705.

I’m a Form 8941 CPA with a virtual office to accommodate long distance clients.

Form 8941 CPAs concentrate on Form 8941. But there are other issues to concern yourself with . . . → Read More: Form 8941 CPA comments on 2012 Requirements | Payroll issues

CPA discusses IRS Letter 1153 | Trust Fund Recovery Penalty | Form 2571

Gary Bode, CPA: Once you receive IRS Letter 1153, you have only 10 days in which to request a conference with the Revenue Officer. For a free consult call (910) 399-2705.

IRS Letter 1153 is a proposed Assessment for back payroll or excise taxes against you personally, not your company. The IRS thinks you . . . → Read More: CPA discusses IRS Letter 1153 | Trust Fund Recovery Penalty | Form 2571

VCSP CPA discusses common Payroll issues

While worker miss-classification is the hot topic in Payroll, there are other problematic areas, mostly centered around IRS compliance.

VCSP (Voluntary Classification Settlement Program)

I think it’s easy for the IRS to spot employees represented as subcontractors on your company’s tax return. And it has been for years. But they haven’t seemed all that capable . . . → Read More: VCSP CPA discusses common Payroll issues

Schedule H CPA explains the Nanny Tax and provides an example

Even Schedule H CPAs call it the Nanny Tax! If you paid more than $1700 to a household employee , or paid them more than $1000 of gross wages in any calendar quarter, you need to file Schedule H with your IRS Form 1040. Schedule H substitutes for the usual employer IRS tax forms. It . . . → Read More: Schedule H CPA explains the Nanny Tax and provides an example