We have multiple tax preparation specialists in our office. Every individual tax situation is nuanced, varied, and can change from year to year. By taking the time to analyze your unique circumstances, we will guide you in the right direction to be in compliance with all federal and state regulations.
Our certified public accountants in Maui are here to assist you with the preparation of federal and state tax returns, navigating the tax issues unique to small businesses, deducting the expenses on rental properties in Hawaii and more.
With clients in Maui, Lanai and all over Hawaii, our team of professionals ensures that our services and quality control meet the highest professional standards.
Contact us today for assistance with IRS and State representation, cancellation of debts, advanced tax planning and more.
If you’re filing a Schedule C, we will assist you in navigating many of the tax issues unique to small businesses. We can offer tips and advice on tax planning and bookkeeping strategies that you can implement right away. If your income fluctuates, we will work with you throughout the year to appropriately adjust your quarterly estimates.
Whether you own a long term rental or a vacation property, it’s important to understand the deductibility of expenses and the limitations on losses. In this area, advanced planning can be crucial so that there are no surprises at tax time.
If you live out of state or abroad and own a vacation rental property in Hawaii, we can help with your annual income tax returns and GET/TAT filings. If you sell your property and are subject to 10% federal withholding and/or 5% state withholding, you may be eligible for a withholding exemption if the required paperwork is filed in advance of closing. Call us before the deal is done and we will assist with all the necessary FIRPTA and HARPTA filings.
Thinking about installing solar panels? Selling your home? Adopting a child? Sending a child to college? Advance planning is crucial, which is why we’re available to answer your questions all year long. Tell us about it and we’ll do the work of identifying the tax implications and benefits so you can explore all the options before tax season arrives.
Did you know that if a lender discharges all or part of a debt that you were personally liable for, you may owe income tax on the cancelled debt? Depending on your situation, you may qualify to exclude the cancellation from income. If you’ve received a 1099-C, we can help you determine your tax obligations.
If you’ve been receiving notices from the IRS or the State, our CPAs can help you through it. We offer assistance with the following tax issues:
For more information, please visit the IRS & State Representation service page.