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We help your business grow by taking care of all your tax and accounting needs.
We represent taxpayers before the IRS, keeping taxpayers out of tax trouble. We know the rules for tax debt relief. We negotiate with the IRS and the state, so you do not have to.
We know the tax issues. We know our way around the IRS. We know QuickBooks. And we know how to help you save taxes and keep more of your hard-earned profits.
Massey and Company, an Atlanta CPA firm, is here to take care of all your individual tax preparation needs. Form 1040, the individual income tax return, must be filed on time to avoid penalties and interest. Our CPAs, Enrolled Agents, tax experts and accountants will determine the best way to file your return and identify the available deductions and credits to minimize your tax liability. Above all, our team is communicative with our clients. We answer our phones and promptly return our messages. We want you to know that your accounting firm cares about you.
Massey and Company, an Atlanta CPA firm, is your one-stop shop for business tax preparation. Whether you have a start-up, an existing small business or a non-profit organization, our CPAs, Enrolled Agents, tax experts and accountants can handle all your tax preparation needs. Not only do we prepare and file your business tax returns with the IRS and the states, we are here throughout the year to address tax related matters as they come up. And that includes sales tax issues, which many accounting firms do not handle. We keep our clients out of tax trouble.
Tax returns for businesses cannot be prepared until the bookkeeping and accounting is done. For many business owners, this can be a real burden. At Massey and Company, your Atlanta CPA firm, we handle bookkeeping, accounting and cleanup using QuickBooks Online. Is your accounting disorganized or non-existent? Don’t worry! We can help you.
Accounting and bookkeeping plans are subscription-based, with fixed, monthly fees that are fully transparent. No more billing surprises!
You have a good business, but sometimes your cash flow gets a little low and the payroll tax deposit doesn’t get made on time. Or maybe you just got busy and missed your quarterly payroll tax return filings.
Whatever the reason, you’re now behind in your payroll tax filings or payments or both. You might feel like you’re temporarily borrowing the money from the IRS until your business gets back on track, but the IRS doesn’t see it that way at all.
The IRS needs that money to make Social Security payments among other things and takes late payroll tax payments more seriously than just about any other tax problem.
Our tax debt relief solutions for small businesses include payroll tax problems.