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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Amended Tax Return and IRS Resolution

I was initially worried about picking someone off the internet but your testimonials sold me so I would more than happy to assist and hopefully the next person will be at ease choosing to utilize your services. I am pleased to write you to let you know I received a response from the IRS in response to the schedule C you assisted with filing. They responded saying the information supplied was sufficient and they have closed discrepancy. I spoke with the IRS and they said no tax is due. I asked even though I did make a $400 profit and they said again no tax liability is showing that the case was closed. I just wanted to thank you again for your assistance with this issue.

Jason Stoltz

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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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Expat Tax

 

Expat CPA offers services for Form 2555 and Form 5471

Gary Bode, CPA: Expatriates commonly file Form 2555, Form 5471, Form 1116 and FBAR. (910) 399-2705.

Hi, I’m Gary Bode, CPA. One surprise result from running this website? The calls for help on international expat tax issues. Which is why we developed a Virtual CPA office to serve you or your company no matter where you live. Here are the issues we deal with most often.

  • Form 2555, the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion. This affects US citizens living and working abroad. The IRS demand s you report worldwide income but then allows you to exclude over $100,000 of it (this figure includes the standard deduction and exemption on Form 1040).
  • Form 5471. If you have an interest in a foreign corporation, you must report your dealings with it to the IRS. With the recent IRS emphasis on foreign financial transactions, the $10,000 late fee is now enforced. There are currency exchange issues and accounting conversion issues.
  • OVDI: Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative. We prepare the required back tax returns, like Form 5471, FBAR and 1040, and the actual application.
  • Form 1116. You get a tax credit, not just a deduction, on Form 1040 for foreign taxes paid. Sounds simple, but Form 1116 snarls things up nicely – go figure.
  • Form 8938, Statement of Foreign Financial Assets.
  • FBAR: reports foreign bank accounts that pass certain thresholds to the IRS.

This website has dozens of posts on the above expat issues. Of course we offer a free initial phone consult. (910) 399-2705.

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