Unlike so many firms who try to "sell you", we start off by saying, "We're not for everybody." In fact, during our intitial meeting with new clients, we go to extreme lengths to only accept clients who are a good fit for us, and we're a good fit for them. So for example, we ask specific questions like, "What are the exact delivables you need?" "What type of communication do you prefer?", "What's your sense of humor?"
You may laugh, but knowing what a person's favorite TV show goes a long in determining if we're a good fit. For example, if you like Sienfield, Curb Your Enthansims, or The Sparanos, we're probably a good fit, If you enjoy NFL and/or College Football, we're probably a good fit.
We ask these questions because we want to learn about you. Because your tax accounting needs are very specific to you. Because beyond the actual boring part of doing your tax accounting work, the value we provide is in effectly communicating with you. Answsering your questions in a manner that is meaningful to you. Because the success of our work together is more contingent on how we work together than our actual accounting knowledge (which is at a "black belt level").
We take this time because its worth. Our clients value our relationship, and so do we.
And relationships take time, effort, and yes, money.
In other words, we ain't cheap. If you're looking for cheap, go to Craigslist. If you're looking for a long term relationship with a tax accounting firm, then we might be a match.
That being said, price is always a factor. And it should be! If you are a potential new individual client, our MINIMUN fee is $395.00, and goes up from t-here. How much, we'll let you know before we get rolling. We charge on a "per tax return basis". In other words, none if is this hourly bullshit. We'll let you know your fee in advance.
LLC, S-Corp, C-Corp tax returns start at $995.00, and go up from there.
We also provide additional services, and are happy to quote you a price upon request.