Managing tax issues can often leave individuals and companies feeling confused and overwhelmed.
The last thing anyone wants is to pay more in taxes than is absolutely necessary. For this reason, Hanson & Co. delivers proactive tax solutions, current information, and advice to minimize our client tax concerns and liabilities. We work with individuals, businesses, trusts, estates, and nonprofit organizations to manage compliance requirements, implement effective tax plans, and enhance the overall tax positions of our clients.
Unfortunately, tax planning is not just a year-end project. Advanced preparation and knowledge is key to saving you and your business real money when April 15 comes around. We can help you with:
- Choice of Entity Selection
- Income Tax Projections
- Buy-Sell Agreement Analysis
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Estate and Gift Planning
Tax laws are in constant flux. That is why our tax professionals stay abreast of all current state and federal rules to ensure that you or your organization remains in full compliance. Rely on Hanson & Co. for:
- Federal and State Income Tax Return Preparation
- Estate and Gift Tax Return Preparation
Specialty Tax Services
Whether you need cost segregation services for your newest construction project, you want to see if your business qualifies for R&D tax credits, or you need representation for a current compliance issue, our experts are here to help. Our specialty tax services include:
- Cost Segregation Studies
- Research Tax Credit Studies
- Colorado Enterprise Zone Credits
- Representation Before IRS and State Revenue Departments
- State & Local Tax Services
Tax compliance and planning can be a complicated process that requires the assistance of a seasoned professional. If you are looking for additional support and guidance, then contact us today. For additional information on our tax services contact us at 303-388-1010 or fill out a contact form here to learn how we can minimize your tax exposure and maximize your wealth.
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The financial vitality of many Denver businesses has come into question since the implementation of COVID-19 prevention orders. Many have been forced to change their business model or completely shut down to maintain compliance.
An additional boost came when President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, comprehensive relief which provides $2 trillion in tax relief, business loans, unemployment and more.
March is typically when Denver companies are focused on finalizing tax returns and reviewing financial reports leading to the end of the first quarter. However, rather than focusing on these tasks, many management teams are reacting to Coronavirus (COVID-19).