Are you running your business?
Or, is your business running you?
We provide complete services as your business or personal Chief Financial Officer.
Like the majority of CPAs, we provide a wide range of services, some of which are highlighted on this page.
But our goal is:
- to guide you,
- to enable you
- to teach you,
- to serve you,
- to help you manage your financial goals,
- to assist you in building structured plans, and
- help you feel secure and at ease in the control of your financial situation.
At David F. Bott, CPA/PFS, P.C., we focus on addressing the full financial needs of our clients. That means planning for individuals, growing families, career and business development, education planning, investment and retirement planning, and estate and insurance planning. We address accounting, budgeting, planning, tax return preparation, and investment advisory services.
Investment and financial planning services are offered by David F. Bott through his affiliation with HD Vest
We provide full-service Chief Financial Officer positioning for medium sized businesses.
In addition to income tax return preparation, we provide proactive tax planning to allow our clients to take full advantage of the tax law.
Put this robust software to work for you with QuickBooks setup, training and periodic reviews of your work.
Services for Farmers & Ranchers
Farmers and ranchers come to us for financial advice and tax return preparation. We have first-hand knowledge and hands-on experience.
Tax Problem Resolution
Vicki R. Bott, MBA, CPA and Certified IRS Representative helps our clients by focusing on resolving tax issues with the I.R.S. or state income tax authorities. We can intercede on your behalf:
- If you are behind in filing your annual returns,
- If you cannot afford to pay the taxes due,
- If you disagree with an I.R.S. assessment,
- If more time is needed pay the government,
- if you are an innocent or injured spouse of a previously filed return,
- if your wages are being garnished,
- if the IRS has notified you regarding a levy or lien on your property,
- if you want a fresh start with the I.R.S.,
- if penalties and interest might be fully or partially abated, or
- if you have received any notice from the I.R.S. that needs interpretation and explanation.There are many options that should be analyzed to settle your problems. We review your personal situation in detail (much more in-depth than reporting amounts on an income tax return). A few of the alternatives include:
- Installment agreements,
- Offers in Compromise,
- Currently Not Collectible,
- Innocent Spouse, or
- Injured Spouse
Call our phone number specifically set aside for responding to Tax Resolution issues at (405) 721-8558.
What If You Get Audited?
The chances of an IRS audit aren't that high. And being audited does not necessarily imply that the IRS suspects wrongdoing.
Six Most Overlooked Tax Deductions
Six overlooked tax deductions to help manage your tax bill.
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