- Audit and Assurance
- Business Development Incentives
- Business Process Outsourcing
- Cost Reports
- Cost Segregation
- Forensic Accounting, Litigation, and Valuation
- Information Technology Audits
- Investment Management
- Nonprofit Technology Solutions
- Tax Services
- Trusts and Estates
While monitoring tax liability is clearly an objective, our real concern is for your peace of mind. Assessing our client’s needs and recommending the best strategy is our first step in gaining financial stability. We apply our expertise proactively, structuring and detailing each transaction, guiding decisions and planning to reduce your taxes whenever possible. In addition to our in-depth knowledge of NYS and US tax laws, we advise on international tax issues and regulations.
For your business, our corporate tax team has expertise in almost every local industry and has successfully addressed unique situations that will benefit your business. Our clients are given a complete check-up and a detail of proposed tax strategies that will enhance your business plan and vision.
Our tax services for individuals are numerous. Some services that impact all taxpayers include:
- Income Tax Planning and Compliance
- Estate and Gift Planning
- Charitable Giving
- Retirement Planning
- Asset Protection
Learn more about our specialized tax services:
Monday, March 20, 2017
Quarterly Insights is available through our affiliation with BDO Alliance USA.
Monday, March 20, 2017
Financial reporting for uncertain tax positions (UTPs), such as pending IRS audits or lawsuits, is complicated and subjective. Here’s some guidance to help clarify matters.
Thursday, March 9, 2017
The Section 179 deduction for qualified real property expenses was made permanent under the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015. However, claiming this deduction isn't a no-brainer. Here are the pros and cons.
Monday, January 23, 2017
Michē Needham, CPA explain New York State's new requirements for eFiling 2016 returns.
Monday, January 9, 2017
In an effort to help protect your identity New York State requires an ID to be provided in order to e-file this year.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Michē Needham, CPA discusses changes to tax forms and reporting dates in Buffalo Business First.