CUNNINGHAM TAX HELP

Cunningham Tax Services LLC  works with individuals, trusts, estates, self employed, and businesses of all shapes and sizes. We give the same one-on-one attention to all clients, no matter how large or small. The Accounting, Tax, Payroll, Notary, and other business services we provide are tailored to the unique needs of each client, ensuring the best possible results.  

We begin with where the client is in the business life cycle :

                                                                         1.  Startup
                                                                         2.  Growth and Income
                                                                         3.  Long Term Planning
                                                                         4. Retirement

Then we focus our efforts on where you want to go!




  Existing client base covers a variety of business:

  • Fitness & Dance,
  • Construction,
  • Public Access advocacy/education,
  • Animal welfare/adoptions,
  • Professional Services/Financial Planning/CPA firms, 
  • Medical/Dental practitioners,
  • Automotive/Fabrication/Performance,
  • Computer/internet/technical,
  • Commercial Bakery parts, and 
  • Real Estate development & sales
  • Non profit
  • Defense Contracting






Technology and Contacts

In the fast paced financial world of today, we are using cutting edge automation with our software, online security/backup, and "green" technologies to ensure up to the minute financial information is at your fingertips.  

EQUALS

$Cost effective solutions for all of your business needs $

Enrolled Agent-can practice before the IRS

*Quickbooks Certified Online and Pro Advisor / Bookkeeper/Fiduciary reporting

*Notary Public

*Payroll/Sales Tax/Business Property Tax


*QuickBooks onsite training: beginner, advanced, intermediate













Public Service Announcement!

The Internal Revenue Service today issued a warning about possible fake charity scams emerging due to Hurricane Harvey and encouraged taxpayers to seek out recognized charitable groups for their donations.

While there has been an enormous wave of support across the country for the victims of Hurricane Harvey, people should be aware of criminals who look to take advantage of this generosity by impersonating charities to get money or private information from well-meaning taxpayers. Such fraudulent schemes may involve contact by telephone, social media, e-mail or in-person solicitations.

Criminals often send emails that steer recipients to bogus websites that appear to be affiliated with legitimate charitable causes. These sites frequently mimic the sites of, or use names similar to, legitimate charities, or claim to be affiliated with legitimate charities in order to persuade people to send money or provide personal financial information that can be used to steal identities or financial resources.

IRS.gov has the tools people need to quickly and easily check the status of charitable organizations.

The IRS cautions people wishing to make disaster-related charitable donations to avoid scam artists by following these tips:

  • Be sure to donate to recognized charities.
  • Be wary of charities with names that are similar to familiar or nationally known organizations. Some phony charities use names or websites that sound or look like those of respected, legitimate organizations. The IRS website at IRS.gov has a search feature, Exempt Organizations Select Check, through which people may find qualified charities; donations to these charities may be tax-deductible.
  • Don’t give out personal financial information — such as Social Security numbers or credit card and bank account numbers and passwords — to anyone who solicits a contribution. Scam artists may use this information to steal a donor’s identity and money.
  • Never give or send cash. For security and tax record purposes, contribute by check or credit card or another way that provides documentation of the donation.
  • Consult IRS Publication 526, Charitable Contributions, available on IRS.gov. This free booklet describes the tax rules that apply to making legitimate tax-deductible donations. Among other things, it also provides complete details on what records to keep.

Taxpayers suspecting fraud by email should visit IRS.gov and search for the keywords “Report Phishing.”

 We guarantee efficient, professional, and honest service that achieves remarkable result



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