Entrepreneurs & Businesses
The business world can be confusing, and we are here with a full line up of services to help you in growing your idea, your concept, your dream. Stander & Company can help with taxes, bookkeeping and insurance.
Experience is the difference at Stander & Company
Stander and Company is the small/medium enterprise's source for bookkeeping, management, and financial support. We know that the marketplace is fast paced, and that competitive advantage is gained by being able to turn new ideas into business processes quickly. We have specifically designed services for Entrepreneurs. Some of our clients find they may need a comprehensive, multi service solution while others may need assistance in just one or two areas. We aim for a transformational relationship with our clients; our relationship grows as your accounting, management and financial support needs change.
We are Your Solution
Get more out of your relationships by hiring a team that will support the growth that you are working so hard to achieve. Our world class team & network allow you to find choreographed solutions to the business world’s toughest problems. Our in-house team is ready to serve;
- Accounts Receivables & Payables
- Federal & State Taxation
- Commercial Insurance
- Personal Insurance
- Consulting & Coaching
- The Stander & Company Network
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"Nicholas has been handling our personal and business taxes for several years and we are extremely pleased and satisfied customers! He is very efficient, personable and experienced in his field. We have worked with many other CPAs in the past and now we feel at ease knowing Nicholas is more than qualified to handle our complicated tax needs. Thank you Nicholas for all your expert help!"
"Stander & Company is truly an entrepreneur’s companion. They not only preformed an excellent tax service for us, additionally. They have given us great advice at navigating our business. They come highly recommended by us!"
Frequently Asked Questions
To be deductible, a business expense must be both ordinary and necessary. An ordinary expense is one that is common and accepted in your trade or business. A necessary expense is one that is helpful and appropriate for your trade or business. An expense does not have to be indispensable to be considered necessary.
If you have a large capital gain this year from an investment, it may be advisable to hold onto the investment until next year to put the gain into next year’s taxes. You may also want to sell off any investments that you have that are losing value at the moment to claim your losses.
The interest gained from state and local bonds is usually exempt from federal income taxes. These investments generally pay back at a lower interest rate than commercial bonds of similar quality.
Since Treasury Bonds are similarly exempt from state and local income tax, they can be a particularly good investment for those who are in high tax brackets and live in high-income-tax states.
You have the ability to invest some of the money that you would have paid in taxes to add to your retirement fund. Many employers will offer the opportunity to defer a portion of your earnings and contribute them directly to your retirement account. Some of them may even match a portion of your savings. If this is the case, it is always advisable to save at least the amount that your employer will match. This will give you an automatic 100% gain on your money.
If you are self-employed, look into getting a Keogh, SIMPLE or a SEP IRA.