When was the last time your CPA called you to discuss "the code" to make sure you weren't leaving cash and deductions behind? With the wealthy ceo, interpretation and implementation are reality.

According to the CCH Standard Federal Tax Reporter, as of the end of 2013, it now takes 73,954 regular 8-1/2" x 11" sheets of paper to explain the complexity of the U.S. federal tax code. Since 2001, Congress has made nearly 5,000 changes to the tax code. That’s more than ONE change per day.  The Tax Code is now about four million words, nearly as long as seven versions of War and Peace or the novel version of Les Miserables and just under four times the number of words in all of the Harry Potter books put together.

We know "the code" better

No single, independent CPA can possibly know the entire federal tax code and this doesn't take individual state tax law into consideration. Maybe its time to admit that you've out grown your CPA.  As a business owner, you deserve a team of advisors that works as a collective group.  And these advisors should have one common goal; your financial success.  Let us build confidence and find your lost revenue slipping away into your income tax bill each year.

How much are you leaving on the table in unclaimed business deductions and applications?

We provide the broadest range of knowledge, experience and business tax and accounting services in a timely and professional manner.  Our first-in-class customer service and attention to detail is client driven for your success and confidence in an every changing world. Combine that with our wide variety of flexible and customizable services and the result is a high quality low cost product.  We promote flat fee pricing that is generally fee based for all work so we share the cost expectations openly.

A simple consultation can help identify whether you are maximizing every deduction allowable as a business owner.

My planner at wealthyCEO has the patience and doggedness to step through complex processes to bring business structures into alignment with personal financial goals.
— D. Elliott, Environmental Micro Analysis