The 3S's of Tax Law Solutions
Tax Law Solutions focuses on 3 distinct elements to design comprehensive tax savings plans for our clients: Business Structure, Tax Strategy & Retirement Savings.
There are a variety of ways to structure your business, and each structure has different characteristics and different tax implications. TLS will engineer your tax plan to ensure it’s structured properly to utilize sophisticated tax strategies available exclusively to business owners.
TLS has over 50 different advanced tax planning strategies we recommend and implement for our clients. And every single tax strategy is written within the IRS tax code. We didn’t make them up, we just know exactly how they need to be applied and accounted for to ensure proper tax savings.
The best retirement savings plan is safeguarding your income and keeping more of your hard earned dollars. We are not an investment firm, but we do have an arsenal of advanced business and tax strategies that enable business owners to protect their business and save for retirement.
That’s a great question, and you’ll probably be surprised to hear the answer. While tax attorneys and CPAs work for Tax Law Solutions, we are not structured like a law firm or CPA firm. TLS is a tax consulting firm. We charge a fixed one-time tax deductible fee based on the scope of the project. We have a 6-step client engagement process, and for those business owners who qualify it always starts with a complimentary comprehensive tax analysis. We work hard to earn our client’s trust and demonstrate our expertise, and when it comes to tax planning we know that’s a process, which is why we take all the up-front risk.
we are proactive. not reactive.
STRATEGIC TAX PLANNING WITH PROVEN RESULTS
One of the biggest complaints we hear from business owners and high income earning individuals is that their current tax advisor or CPA do not introduce specific strategies to significantly and permanently provide tax relief. The reason is simple, most CPAs and typical tax advisors tend to focus on reactively accounting for last year’s taxes, primarily as historians, rather than on proactively planning for reducing taxes in 2020 and beyond.