Your Business Finances From A Birdseye View

An experienced accountant can help you organize your business’s financial information in a way that makes it easier to identify those factors that affect your company’s profit-earning potential.

Taking Care Of Business

We can help you prepare for an audit as well as generate reports that investors and financial institutions need before financing your company. We are detail-oriented and we are committed to making sure that you receive accurate, timely financial summaries. If you have questions about our process or any of the information we provide to you, we will be happy to sit down and address those questions with you.


Business 1065 (Includes Utah State)
Business 1120 (Includes Utah State)
Business 1120S (Includes Utah State)


Personal 1040SR
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Payroll Approved By THE IRS

Payroll Service

Our payroll and tax filing services are designed specifically for small businesses to help keep things simple, affordable, and in compliance with regulations. We offer certified payroll services and have multi-state payroll capabilities.

Affordable Bookkeeping

Small Business Accounting

Our bookkeeping service can help you keep organized. We can keep you compliant by reconciling your bank account and preparing accurate financial statements.

Maximize Your Tax Savings

Income Tax Services

Today’s tax laws are complex and confusing. It’s easy to overlook deductions and credits to which you are owed. We stay abreast of all the tax law changes and advise our clients on the best course to take when preparing their taxes.

tax HELP


When it comes to taxes, there are more forms available than we could possibly list on our website. However, we fulfill an array of tax preparation and tax forms. If there are any services that aren’t listed, please give us a call to discuss your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Payroll and accounting can be a very confusing subjects for many people, we have compiled a FAQs section to help you get started. We know that there are many questions about payroll and accounting so hopefully, this list will answer the most common ones!
If your business is really small, you can manage it fine without creating a balance sheet each month. But any size business, including a part-time one, needs to create a good profit and loss statement each month. And, if inventories or accounts receivables are important in your business, balance sheets will clearly point out any significant fluctuations that you should be aware of.
Quite simply, accounting tells you if you are making money. If you create a profit and loss statement each month, you can ascertain your position quickly. If you are losing money, you can make changes in your operations, such as increasing prices or reducing expenses, to correct the situation long before the year’s end and ensure that your overall year will still be profitable.
If you don’t do any accounting, then that’s probably all you’re doing—making deposits, writing checks, and paying taxes, but not making any profit! Even in a very small business you need to be in control of your expenses. This doesn’t just mean having the money, it means knowing what portion of your revenue gets spent for what purposes. What percentage of revenue do you spend on marketing each month? What about labor? What about supplies? If you don’t track and control these expenditures, you are not managing your business—you are just blindly hoping there might someday be a profit.
A good bookkeeper or even a good accounting software program can help you organize your accounting quickly. But you still need to understand the basic principles of accounting. This will allow you to use the information supplied by the bookkeeper or software program intelligently, enabling you to make the changes in your business that will keep it on track toward success and profitability.
At the risk of sending all accountants into apoplexy, I feel that the income statement is the more important document. The income statement tells you if you are making money and delineates your costs and expenses.
A balance sheet shows you how your assets are being used. For instance, from a balance sheet you should be able to tell whether or not your inventories are too large, whether your receivables are growing, or whether your ratio of debt to equity is getting too high.
Not at all. Let your accountant figure these out, precisely, at the end of the year. Just plug “ballpark” numbers into your monthly profit and loss statements if you like.

Yes. There are numerous forms that can be filed and we couldn’t possibly list them all. However, we fill a variety of forms and would be happy to assist you. If you have questions about a particular form or service, please feel free to call.