In need of an accountant that used QuickBooks, we came across Chamberland Business Accounting 16 years ago to fulfill our business needs.We now use them for all of our accounting, payroll, and tax needs, giving our business considerable growth and we have never looked back. Their services and support are outstanding!
We have been doing business with Chamberland Business Accounting for approximately 8 years. The team is extremely friendly and professional, they are efficient in what they do and pay great attention to detail. Chamberland Business Accounting takes the worry out of State and Local deadlines, which allows you to focus more on your business.
I had originally come to Chamberland Business Accounting in need of bookkeeping services, however, it was not long before I had turned over all accounting and tax services and responsibilities to the Chamberland Team.The trust and standard of care, was immediately recognized and my business continues to be financially successful under their guidance.
Chamberland Business Accounting has helped our company in every aspect of keeping our financial records up to date and accurate for the past 16 years. Their expertise in accounting and payroll management has helped the office be more efficient and their handling of IRS audits and annual taxes has been invaluable. Anyone who needs a top notch firm should use Chamberland Business Accounting.
It has been reported that 7 out of 10 businesses are looking to grow in 2019, and with necessary growth that means they will to increase their number of employees. The issue, however, is that with unemployment being at one of its lowest, small businesses are struggling to find qualified workers to help in their business's growth.Learn More
The IRS and the U.S. Department of Treasury had both come together on November 26, 2018, to announce their plan on regulations involving the limitations of dedcuctibility on net business expenses to 30% of "adjusted taxable income" and also on "floor plan financing interest expense"; the regulations would apply to taxable years after December 31, 2017.Learn More
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