Walker & Armstrong, CPAs - Phoenix, Tucson, Carefree

 
 

Tax Services for Businesses, Individuals, Not-for-Profits, and Estates and Trusts

Tax Services for Businesses, Individuals, Not-for-Profits

 

 

Our experienced tax professionals are committed to minimizing your tax burden and helping you stay ahead of constantly changing tax laws.

In addition to being current on tax laws and regulations, we strive to be proactive in identifying tax-planning opportunities. Following are just some of the services we provide.

Families and Individuals

Our trained tax professionals are working for you to identify allowable deductions and credits. Our objective is to provide you with the most advantageous tax treatment while complying with all applicable laws and regulations. In addition, we can assist with advising on tax-planning matters such as the timing of deductions, income projections, bankruptcy, divorce and other pertinent matters.

Business Taxation

In addition to tax preparation services, our tax professionals are available to provide tax advice to closely held companies on matters such as the following:

  • Business formation

  • Entity Selection

  • Government agency audits

  • Multi-state tax matters

  • Lease-versus-buy analysis

  • Deferred compensation matters

  • Fringe benefit packages

  • Mergers and acquisitions

We are always available to answer your routine tax questions that need immediate attention.

Estates and Trusts

Our tax professionals have an in-depth knowledge of tax laws applicable to estates and trusts and can assist you in navigating through the maze of compliance and reporting requirements.

Not-for-Profit Entities

The complexities of the tax reporting laws related to not-for-profit entities continue to increase as constituents demand greater transparency in reporting.

As the Form 990 is a public document, we recognize the importance of accuracy and full disclosure and strive to provide the highest quality in this regard. In addition, we understand the complexities surrounding unrelated business income tax (UBIT) calculations and reporting. (See article, “UBIT: A Short Primer for Not-for-Profit Entities.”)