At Stapp Financial, we are proud to have provided clients with professional and personalized accounting and advisory solutions since 1996. We love what we do and our primary mission is to help clients explore the many possibilities life offers. You know you have a vision for your future and whether that includes expanding your business, purchasing your dream vacation home, or planning for your retirement, our professional team of advisors will help define where you are going and put you on the path to reach your destination.
Running a business while trying to manage your back office accounting can be overwhelming and hinder your business growth as well as your freedom to live your life. Therefore, we offer a full line of outsourced accounting solutions that are paired with the latest technologies to deliver all our services online, saving you time and money. When you partner with our team, prepare yourself for personalized service, year-round support and positive change. Our team looks forward to helping you explore life’s possibilities and achieve your personal and financial success.
BOSS is the answer to your back office headaches. Our cloud-based solution enables you to hand complex accounting tasks over to us. We work the numbers while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
If you’re one of the taxpayers who will be receiving a refund, it is likely that you now have a sum of money that you had not accounted for. The IRS has reported that the average refund is $3,120. For a lot of people that is a decent sum of money. There are a lot of things you can do with $3,000, some smart and some not so smart. Well, here are some ideas I have for how to put that money to use in a beneficial manner.
Have you filed your 2017 taxes yet? If not, you still have the opportunity to make sure that you lower your tax obligation as much as possible. With new tax laws in effect for 2018 and beyond, the following deductions will disappear after this tax season—check them out to see which ones may help you lower your taxable income...
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business. And it’s especially vital for general contracting businesses that require financial flexibility for purchasing materials, meeting payroll and paying subcontractors. Also consider that GCs must have cash liquidity in order to receive financing from creditors.