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G & G Tax Solutions and Accounting Services is a full service accounting firm, located in the South Florida Area.
We provide a wide variety of accounting, tax, and financial management services for businesses and professionals. We have a professional team of experienced, Certified Public Accountants who can assist you with finding and preparing accurate, efficient, and prompt solutions to serve your needs through our tax and accounting services. By trusting us in offering our services to you, you can continue to build and grow your business hassle-free.
We have built our reputation upon excellent services, professional rapport, precision, and reliability of all confidental and secure handling for your financial portfolio.
New clients are welcome. Referrals are appreciated.
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G & G Tax Solutions and Accounting Services has developed a reputation of being able to help clients with all of their tax and accounting needs
Income Tax Preparation; Payroll Reporting; Monthly bookkeeping; Financial statements; Financial Analysis; Financial planning; QuickBooks setup, support and training; Business startup services.
Whether you already own a business or are just getting started. Let G & G Tax Solutions provide you with the experience to help you be successful.
February, 2018 – How to prepare for 2018 Tax season
Jan. 29 marks the first day of the 2018 tax season, which means it’s time to start thinking about your tax return. Whether you’re a first-time filer or a tax filing veteran, it’s important to know each year’s deadlines, keep up with the new aspects of each season and decide how you’re filing this year. [continue reading >>]
- What you need to know about tax season
- Does the new tax bill impact my 2017 tax return?
- Will a government shutdown impact my tax return?
- What you should do to be ready for tax season
December, 2017 – Avoid these 3 social media newbie business blunders
The internet is where people go to discuss their favorite sports teams, politicians, recipes — you name it. This is especially true for customers. You can find out how much people love or hate your business by what you see via Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and other social media platforms. [continue reading >>]
- How to avoid layoffs and still be profitable
- Good friends, great business partners
- Increase your odds of getting a small business loan
- Tips to slash shipping costs for your business
December, 2017 – How to slash student loan debt
Obtaining a legitimate college degree is an expensive proposition. According to a recent Edvisors education survey, the average college student graduates with $35,000 in student loan debt. And that’s not counting people who attend graduate school. Many will be paying off student loans. [continue reading >>]
- When fully funding your 401(k) isn’t the best option
- Combat identity theft with a credit freeze
- The Sandwich Generation: How to support post-college kids and aging parents
- A primer on Series I savings bonds
December, 2017 – Big changes for itemized deductions?
Tax reform talk is heating up again as legislators discuss the proposed tax code overhaul. One of the key proposals would repeal most itemized deductions currently on the books. Although enactment is hardly guaranteed, taxpayers should be aware of the potential impact. [continue reading >>]
- Selling real estate? Lower your tax bill with this move
- Donating property? 5 questions to ask yourself
- Consider these tax moves before Jan. 1
- 3 little-known tax breaks for small businesses