Business Tax Services

Dedicated San Diego Accountant for Business Consulting and Business Accounting

My business tax services provide every business owner personal and distinctive attention that nurtures and supports business success. I offer special care to ensure financial statements are provided and timely, tax planning is thoughtful and appropriate, and your tax return is precise in order to maximize cash flow. As your San Diego CPA, I am committed to delivering and discussing all business tax issues, emphasizing any areas of concern to foster successful decision-making for the future of your business.

As a full-service tax and accounting firm in San Diego, I am intimately familiar with the specific challenges in running a business. As your CPA, I provide many services to help you succeed with your business including:

  • Business tax planning
  • Accounting and business strategy
  • Business consulting 
  • Tax and cash flow projections
  • Determination of applicable tax credits, tax exemptions and business deductions
  • Choice of business entity 
  • Business tax return filings and tax compliance
  • Purchase or sale of your business and business valuation
  • Business audits and business reviews

I am passionate about all of my client’s unique businesses. I approach every client business as a long-term project or venture where you can expect loyalty and quick response times to all your important business questions. There are many critical activities in running a business, many of which do not have to be done by yourself. On a quarterly, monthly or even daily basis, I can assist you with the following for your business:

  • Financial statement analysis
  • Estimation of quarterly tax payments
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Income statement generation 
  • Balance sheet generation 
  • Maintenance of a clean general ledger 
  • Bookkeeping

Gary M. Zweig, an Accountancy Corporation offers many unique business approaches to reduce tax liabilities and boost profits while developing customized tax strategies to meet your business financial goals.  Gary M. Zweig, an experienced San Diego CPA, prides himself on his long term commitment to every client with exceptional client service and a career long commitment to providing cost-effective tax and accounting solutions.  To obtain more information, please contact my CPA firm to discuss your confidential tax issues at (858) 646-0681.  Gary M. Zweig, CPA is conveniently located in San Diego at 5080 Shoreham Place, Suite 201, San Diego, California 92122.

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