Most people start a business in Massachusetts because they’re good at or passionate about something. They may not be as fluent in things like bookkeeping, payroll, business structure and the tax implications of different entity types. That’s where I can help.
I typically work with people who have already “hung their shingle” and become self-employed. We discuss the type of entity that’s appropriate for their business and how it should be structured for both legal and tax purposes. People choose different entity types based on the amount of legal exposure they are comfortable with. Once that is determined, then we discuss tax planning, compliance and reporting, as well as bookkeeping and accounting.