Everyone has been feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma. Our offices have been without power for a few days. As of this morning, the power has been restored and we are back to work for you! If we can be of any assistance, please give us a call.
We are currently redesigning our website; this is to add our new divisions! The departments we are adding are the following: Business Development, Human Resources, Information Technology, Quick Books Proadvisor, Taxes, and Almond Street Business Center.
Would you like to grow and improve your company? Ask us today about how we can help you become the company you wish to be.
Need to hire new and qualified individuals? Worried that there might be some stress within your business but can’t find the source? Our Human Resources division can help you but these worries to rest.
Computer slowing down? Phones not working? Don’t have your information protected and are worried about losing your personal data? Ask your Information Technology division about how they can help protect you from the dangers of the internet.
Quick Books Proadvisor
Quick Books is a user friendly accounting software that allows you to customize the financial information. To use the full potential of Quick Books we can: assist you in understanding how a good set of books can help grow your business, set up or transfer your books, and train personnel how to effectively use Quick Books.
Tax & Accounting
Our tax and accounting division can assist you with business, personal, payroll and sales tax filings. We have an Enrolled Agent and an Annual Federal Tax Preparer on staff to help you with your annual tax preparation or tax planning needs.
The Almond Street Business Center offers virtual office services, including Answering Services, Physical address and Administrative services. This gives you the ability to focus on working on your business. Additionally, the Almond Street Business Center has a furnished executive office and conference room available, so you can meet with your clients in a professional setting.
These are just some of the services that we offer.
Because here at Business Resource Partner we are more than just accounting, we are business solutions.
As of October 15, 2017, Quick Books is changing their prices for their Quick Books online plus and online essentials. One way to avoid these price changes is to contact your local Quick Books Pro-Adviser and see what they can do for you. We here at Business Resource Partner are always willing and able to help you with any of your Quick Books needs. We are well staffed to handle all of your Quickbooks and accounting needs to allow you to continue to work for your business; instead of worrying about the money.
What does this mean for you?
|Fully Supported Products||Products & Services to be discontinued after May 31, 2017|
|QuickBooks Desktop Pro & Premier ’15, ’16, ’17||
QuickBooks Desktop Pro & Premier 2014
(General Business, Contractor, Manufacturing & Wholesale, Nonprofit, Professional Services, and Retail)
|QuickBooks Desktop for Mac ’16, ’15||QuickBooks Desktop for Mac 2014|
|QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions ’17, ’16, ’15||QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 14|
|QuickBooks Desktop Accountant ’15, ’16. ’17||QuickBooks Premier Accountant Edition 2014|
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Business Resource Partners is updated with the latest version of QuickBooks online & Quickbooks Proadvisor for all years and versions. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help with your QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks online needs. Give us a call to schedule an appointment or stop by our office! (321) 236-2771
310 Almond Street Clermont, FL 34711
About two months ago, I met a young man full of enthusiasm to start his own business providing lawn services. The momentum was lost after a few weeks and he abandoned the idea. You may think he gave up, however, it was the capital that dried up. He purchased a used trailer that ended up using all his financial resources in repairs.
Starting any business is more than an idea – it is a combination of the idea, the working capital, the resources, the business environment, and the government rules and regulations. By following the basic startup steps, you are not guaranteed success, however, the likelihood increases significantly when you follow these steps.
Contact your BRP Business Development team today to help you with your business startup! (321) 236-2771.
We’ve provided information over this tax season about many different scams and tactics used to steal personal information from you. However, just because tax season has come to an end, this does not mean that scamming season has too. We’ve received an article from USA.gov about caller scams and what you can do to protect yourself, here’s the main points to consider:
Did you know that caller IDs can be faked?
If you receive a call from Washington DC from someone who claims they are from the IRS, beware! The caller may even know part of your social security number, they will threaten to sue, arrest, or deport you if you do not pay. They may even give specific information about how to send a payment such as pre-paid cards or wire transfers. The IRS will never contact you via phone, there are very few authorized collection agents who may contact you by phone call, but this will only occur once you have received multiple letters from the IRS with information about who is assigned to you specifically.
What can I do if I get one of these calls?
Once you do this, there is no way to get the money back because the scammers are using false information and will disappear right away. If you have any questions about payments on taxes, visit IRS.gov/payments. You can also call the IRS at (800) 829-1040.
The more people know about these scammers and their tactics, the less scam victims there will be. It is important to spread the word to everyone and stay updated on different methods used to obtain personal information.
The IRS will send millions of correspondence for different reasons. We wanted to share some information we received about what you should do when you receive a letter from the IRS.
Business Resource Partners has been happy to serve you this tax season and we look forward to 2017! We have our Enrolled Agent on staff who will directly represent you to the IRS and assist in tax planning for you and your business. We offer more than just bookkeeping and taxes for your business! For a complete list of our services, please visit our Services page.
Our sister company, Almond Street Business Center offers a variety of services for your company as well. You may also click any of the links below for more information.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
11:30AM to 1:00 PM
Where? (CHANGE FROM ORIGINAL LOCATION)
1250 North Hancock Road Clermont FL, 34711
Building 2, Room 102 & 103
How do I sign up?
This event is free but registration is required and seats are filling up fast! Visit the registration page to secure our seat to this event.
For information on this, and future events of the SBRN, see the flyer we have included below.
The IRS has sent us an interesting article that will affect many tax payers, we wanted to share this with you before the end of tax season.
Starting this month, the IRS will be using four private-sector collection agencies (PCA) to collect unpaid tax debts on the government’s behalf. This is authorized under a federal law that was enacted by congress in December of 2015. These are tax debts that are not currently being worked on and were assessed years ago. If a tax payer is being assigned to a private firm, there would have been multiple attempts to contact by the IRS in the past years.
The IRS will send an official letter to the tax payer and his or her tax representative informing them that they will be assigned to a PCA and will be given the name and contact information for the PCA. This mailing will also include a copy of Publication 4518 of what to expect.
Once your letter is sent, the designated private firm will send a letter to the tax payer with information that will assure that the transfer and all future collection calls are legitimate.
Important: The PCA are authorized to discuss payment options and payment agreements. However, all payments must be made directly to the IRS via check, or electronically. Never make a payment to a private firm or anyone besides the IRS or U.S Treasury. For more info on payment options, click here.
For a list of the agencies selected, visit this page.
There will be scammers who jump at this opportunity to pose as PCA employees. It is important to know that these agencies will only be assigned if you owe money from previous tax years. You will be made aware about these PCAs before you hear from them.
The IRS or PCA will never:
You don’t need to wait for a call or letter from the IRS! It is important to always come forward and pay what you owe, or set up a payment plan. For a list of ways to take advantage of this, visit IRS.gov.Tax filing deadline is approaching soon! Business Resource Partners has an Enrolled Agent on staff who will directly represent you to the IRS if ever needed. We would be happy to prepare and file your business and personal taxes! Give us a call to set up an appointment (321) 236-2771 or visit us at 310 Almond Street Clermont, FL 3711.
You have the option of paying online, by phone, or with the IRS2Go App. Visit this page for electronic payment options.
The interest and penalties by the IRS for failure to pay are higher than the interest rates of a bank or credit card company. For your credit card options, click here.
Get ahead! Plan for your payments using the IRS Online Payment Agreement Tool. You may also file Form 9465 which is the Installment Agreement Request with your tax return. This allows you to set up a direct debit agreement and not have to worry about sending a check each month.
The IRS may take collection action when you ignore a tax bill. The best option is to call the number on the bill and talk about payment options.
Beginning in 2017, all taxpayers using a software product for the first time may need their Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) from their prior year’s tax return to verify identity. To learn how to verify identity and electronically signing your return, visit this page.