Jim Elder, Allegra Marketing, Print & Mail

Great Service! Premiere Business Services provide great service. Not only do they do my payroll and deliver the checks to my door, they handle my taxes, and help fix my Quickbooks. They come to my office and help me work through the problems. They warn me of impending tax changes. They are my chief financial officer! How great is that!

Jim Elder, CEO/President of Allegra Marketing, Print & Mail

Richard Dillard, West Community Credit Union

Premiere Business Services has, on more than one occasion, saved our members time and money when it comes to their accounting and payroll services. Premiere Business Services is excellent for start up businesses because they understand the needs of the start up company. There is one time in particular that I remember Premiere Business Services saved our member almost $10,000 in taxes, just by reviewing the tax return and locating legal deductions and credits missed by our members CPA firm.

Richard Dillard, Vice President of Sales and Service, West Community Credit Union

Melissa Wilson, Wilson Monnig Creative, LLC

For several years our family has trusted Premiere Business Services with our tax preparation. We were referred to them and we have been so pleased with their abilities and concern for our needs that we now recommend them to our friends. Their enthusiasm for customer service and their infectious good humor make them a joy to work with. They are definitely NOT your typical “boring accountant”.

Melissa Wilson, Wilson Monnig Creative, LLC

David Campbell, AAA Insurance

Simply the finest tax accountant I have ever seen. I have referred countless people to Premiere Business Services and all are pleased. They also are a small business expert giving far more benefits than most accountants.

David Campbell, AAA Insurance

Is Your Small Business REALLY Just a Hobby?

The IRS is looking at YOU if you operate a small business that can be considered a hobby. Typically, those who operate a for-profit business are allowed to directly deduct from the business income, expenses that are necessary as well as ordinarily incurred in the operation of that business. If the business shows an operating …

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Taxable Employee Fringe Benefits

Attention Business owners! Now is the perfect time to look at the fringe benefits you provide to your employees. This specific area is a main focus of the IRS right now. In general, anything you give to your employees is taxable unless the IRS specifically exempts it. Since that may not be as clear as …

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Business and Personal Credit Score

“What’s your credit score?” For most consumers, the answer is simple – almost everyone can find their personal credit score online. However, small business owners need to build and monitor their credit as an individual and for their business. For small business owners, personal credit scores are vital. Until you’ve built up a history with …

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How Are Social Security Benefits Taxed

We frequently speak with new retirees that are shocked to know that their Social Security Benefits are taxable. The formulas for determining your taxable Social Security benefits can be complicated, but with a bit of effort, you can figure out what your tax liability will be. In some cases, you can even take steps to …

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Smart Investment Ideas!

Are you considering making an investment in a start-up, an early stage company, or even a franchise? We would recommend you follow these nine steps to avoid becoming a victim: 1. Understand the business plan: You need to understand the business. If you don’t understand it, should you be investing in it? Before you think …

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