Here are some of the questions we get asked most:
Do you work with clients and real estate professionals outside of Florida?
Absolutely, my accounting and tax planning company Byck Financial Services Inc currently works with clients in 27 states and 10 countries. The name Florida Tax Guy is simply the name of our website as the initial Realtor marketing is being done in Florida.
Do you work solely with Realtors? What happens if my spouse is not in the real estate industry?
No worries, even though this websites main focus is Realtors and real estate professionals, I have experience dealing with clients in many different industries. Some of these industries include: Doctors, dentists, lawyers, retail sales, business owners, construction companies, contractors, sales professionals, media professionals, teachers, franchisees and financial advisers.
What are your fees for accounting services?
Our fees vary based on the scope of work and services required. We are experienced in all aspects of tax and accounting. We do offer a turnkey option for Realtors. The turnkey program includes quarterly and year end payroll filings, corporate and personal tax return preparation and we make ourselves available to our clients to answer any questions they are their clients have. We are not looking to be just your accountant, but to be your go to resource for “anything tax”. Click to learn more about our turnkey Realtor Program. Feel free to contact us directly at 561-350-9278 or via e-mail at email@example.com
Do I need to be incorporated in order to work with you?
We work with individuals, corporations and partnerships. That being said, if you are self employed (do not receive a w-2), we strongly recommend you form an entity instead of operating as a sole proprietor. There are certain exceptions to this, mainly if you are earning less than $20,000 per year. Click here to learn why we recommend why you should incorporate, form and LLC or PA.
What happens if I get audited?
In the unlikely event of an audit, you can rely on us to represent you. An IRS audit can be a very stressful experience. However, we have a lot of experience representing people in front of the IRS. In fact as a CTRS (Certified Tax Resolution Specialists) many other accountants, CPA’s and Enrolled Agents ask me to represent their clients during an audit. That being said, the best way to handle an audit s to just avoid it completely. There are many ways to avoid an audit, these include, filing timely, keeping good records and for those that are self employed, make certain you have the correct structure. A sole proprietor (non incorproated business is 6 times more likely to get audited than a company structured as an S-Corporation. You don’t have to take my word for it, click here to see the audit statistics.