Tax Planning | Strive Tax & Accounting, LLC | Green Bay CPA
 Our primary goal as a trusted advisor is to be available and to provide insightful advice to enable our clients to make informed financial decisions.

Continually striving for accuracy, excellence and the highest level of integrity.

Strive Tax & Accounting, LLC

  • White Facebook Icon
  • White LinkedIn Icon
  • White Instagram Icon

CPA's specializing in small business tax and accounting with emphasis in construction and manufacturing for corporation and passthrough entities.

PO Box 28353

Green Bay, WI 54324

aicpa.png
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Website Designed by Strive Tax & Accounting, LLC

bookkeeping

bookkeeping

sales tax

tax planning

small business accounting

Green Bay

IRS

cpa firm

payroll

Forensic Accounting

Accounting

tax preparation

payroll

small business

quickbooks

IRS

cpa firm

irs notice

small business accounting

tax planning

IRS

small business

bookkeeping

irs notice

bookkeeping

corporate tax

quickbooks

quickbooks training

payroll tax

tax preparation

payroll tax

Accounting

Forensic Accounting

quickbooks setup

IRS

tax planning

bookkeeping

Accounting

IRS

small business accounting

tax preparation

Forensic Accounting

IRS

quickbooks

payroll

cpa firm

small business

payroll tax

IRS

bookkeeping

irs notice

quickbooks setup

quickbooks training

sales tax

corporate tax

Green Bay

bookkeeping

Accounting

small business

Forensic Accounting

IRS

tax preparation

cpa firm

tax planning

small business accounting

payroll tax

irs notice

bookkeeping

quickbooks

payroll

Tax Planning

  

Tax planning is actually the practice of effectively using available strategies to either avoid or postpone tax liability by taking advantage of the beneficial tax- law provisions, increasing tax deductions and tax credits, and by making good use of all applicable breaks that are available under the Internal Revenue Code.

Tax planning is a process of analyzing and evaluating an individual's financial profile. The aim of this activity is to minimize the amount of taxes you pay on your personal income. In short, employing ways that the government has provided to save tax is a perfectly legal method to cut down your annual tax liability.

Many people use the term “tax planning,” but it is often misunderstood.

Tax planning is a process of analyzing and evaluating an individual's financial profile. The aim of this activity is to minimize the amount of taxes you pay on your personal income. In short, employing ways that the government has provided to save tax is a perfectly legal method to cut down your annual tax liability.

Tax planning is a completely different concept than filing your taxes. Tax filing is simply preparing and sending in your tax return to the IRS by the deadline to ensure you are paying your taxes legally and correctly. Tax planning helps you make sure that you are paying your responsible share of taxes and not a penny more.

Tax planning is the art of learning how to manage your affairs in ways that postpone or avoid taxes.

We don't consider the completion of an income tax return to be the most important part of our service to a client. The real value we bring to you is to think forward and help you plan to minimize future income tax burden. By working as a team with you and your other professionals (attorney, broker, etc.), we can craft a tax plan that best meets your goals and minimizes income taxes. After all, it's not what you make that counts most – it's what you get to keep.

Tax planning much more than just keeping track of your income and expenses; it's the art of keeping as much of your hard-earned money as possible.

Our approach to client service is to act as your tax consultant, and our goal is to offer the best options for you. We view the tax return as a scorecard of how well we worked with the client during the past year to plan to minimize their tax burden. Then, we start the process of intelligent tax planning for the current year.​

Skilled tax planning means more money to save and invest, and it can make the tax season more of a financial boost instead of a financial burden.

Avoidance of tax is not a criminal offense.

Taxpayers have the right to reduce, avoid, or minimize their taxes by legitimate means.

(IRS Manual Sec 25.1.1.2.4)