TAX CONSULTING

Help Find Your Best Tax Position

Are you confident that your tax consultants have the knowledge and expertise to provide the optimal level of strategic planning and compliance services to put you in the best possible position within this complicated tax environment? Low country Accounting Services provides highly effective knowledge skill and efficiency for its clients.

Lowcountry Accounting Services Federal Services include:

Planning:
For many, income tax planning and preparation means making sure their accountants have their returns out before April 15. For you, it should mean proper planning not only for April, but also throughout the year. Our tax planning experts will help minimize your personal and business tax liabilities.

Compliance:
Low country Accounting Services is a great your source for a complete range of tax compliance services and tax experts specializing in S Corporations, C Corporations, partnerships, and consolidated returns. Low country Accounting Services is continually updating and studying information to be on top of legislative adjustments, requirements and changes.

Not-for-profit:
There will be many interested parties scrutinizing the way not-for-profits respond to the revised Form 990. Low country Accounting Services can help ensure your Form 990 story accurately reflects your dedication.

Tax Accounting:

Accounting Methods:
Lowcountry Accounting Services assists your company in identifying tax saving opportunities by changing or adopting to specific accounting methods. Let Lowcountry Accounting Services review your tax accounting methods to ensure that tax deductions are being maximized.

We have a team of tax professionals who specialize on accounting for tax positions. We have found that a number of efficiencies can be achieved by having an independent FAS 109 consulting and tax return service provider working with your audit service provider.

FIN48:
FIN 48, effective for fiscal years ending on December 31, 2007 and thereafter, prescribes a revised approach for the recognition, measurement, presentation, and disclosure of uncertain tax positions. Because it requires a multi-disciplinary approach to addressing the issues, the implementation of FIN 48 presents significant challenges to many organizations. An early start to identifying areas of "uncertainty" and managing the overall process will be keys to successful implementation.