Stop wasting time with traditional accounting firms.
There’s no one-size-fits-all strategy for running your business, but everyone needs real-time data on their business operations. The more information you have about what’s happening with your company today, the easier it will be for you to make decisions quickly and efficiently with minimal wasted time or resources.
Whether you’re a rapidly growing organization or just getting started, one thing is certain: your needs for managing the processes and finances involved are unique.
As a business owner, you are regularly presented with dynamic situations in which the answers are multifaceted, and quality information is paramount for making sound business decisions. We understand your time demands and the challenges of balancing your business goals in conjunction with your personal and family ambitions.
That’s where Friedman + Huey’s Client Accounting Services team breaks the mold!
Our team works seamlessly with business owners to create efficient, streamlined processes that generate precise and timely information. By listening to our clients and acting as a sounding board, we collaboratively develop ideas and create custom solutions to ease difficult business decisions.
The F+H Client Accounting Services team works alongside the F+H team to generate synergies and a depth of expertise that translates into an unparalleled client experience. We serve as trusted advisors to our business clients, offering perspective and balance to help them achieve their business, personal, and family goals. We aren’t just outsourced accountants; we are an extension of your team!
The F+H Client Accounting Services team will support you in the following areas:
The IRS has released increased 2023 tax year contribution limits for retirement plans. Here are the new limits and how they may affect your strategy.
New research and development tax credit requirements went into effect on January 10, 2022. These new rules require more detailed proof that credits are valid. So, many businesses seeking the credit now face extra work.
With the new lower thresholds for transactions through eBay, Zelle, Venmo, PayPal, and other platforms, more businesses and individuals may receive a new Form 1099-K come January 2023. Here’s what you need to know.