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The Tax Sherpa Mission

At Tax Sherpa, our mission extends beyond the numbers. We are passionately committed to empowering solopreneurs and small business owners by saving them tens of thousands on their taxes. We firmly believe that prosperity thrives when individuals retain more of their hard-earned money. It's not just about good business sense; it's about fostering a world where people's pockets, not the government's, hold the key to positive change.

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Learn a little more about the core services we offer:

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Tax Advisory

Unlock your path to significant tax savings with our Tax Advisory services. Our experts craft, implement, and consistently update tailored tax strategies that not only align with your unique business needs but also pave the way for maximum tax efficiency.

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Tax Filings

Realize your tax savings annually without the hassle. With our Tax Filings service, we meticulously handle the paperwork, ensuring every tax advantage is captured when submitting to the government. Experience peace of mind, knowing that every deduction and saving is realized for you.

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Bookkeeping

More than just numbers on a ledger, our Bookkeeping service helps you maintain a clear picture of your revenue and expenses. By seamlessly integrating tax strategies into your books, we ensure that your records not only stay organized but also accurately mirror your financial blueprint, keeping you aligned with your tax-saving goals.

About Us

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Neal McSpadden,
Chief Tax Strategist

I went from owing the IRS over $1,300,000 to Zero, and in the process of fixing my own mess I discovered the hidden world of tax planning.

Over the years, I've worked on over 50,000 tax returns covering billions of client earnings and have helped save clients hundreds of millions of dollars.

What I discovered through this whole process is that:

  1. The large companies (that can afford to pay 6-figure fees) get great tax advice.

  2. The simple W-2 earner with no other activities end up filing for themselves or go down to the corner tax preparer office. They generally get mediocre advice, but it's good enough for now.

  3. The people in the middle, solopreneurs and small business owners, can't afford the fees of the big companies and are unable to get good service from the corner preparers.


Those people are who we aim to serve.

Our Core Values

Our Philosophy

Our core philosophy is that the solopreneurs and small business people are the backbone of our entire society. Without them, nothing else works.

The current system that places undue tax burdens on this group needs to be changed and defunded.

Our Promise

Our promise to you is to craft an individualized plan for your individual situation. All taxes are personal, and everyone's life is different.

Our Guarantee

We guarantee you will save multiples of our advisory service fees.

When we create your custom tax blueprint we will show you exactly how much you might save based on your current circumstances.

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The Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 - What We Know So Far

January 17, 20241 min read

In a recent video, Neal McSpadden offered an insightful analysis of the proposed Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024. This pending legislation holds significant implications for small business owners and solopreneurs, with potential changes to tax credits, deductions, and more.

Understanding the Act:

  • Child Tax Credits: The Act proposes adjustments to the child tax credit, including inflation indexing, which could impact many families.

  • Research Deductions: Crucial for small businesses, the Act might change how research expenses are deducted, offering potential relief and more immediate benefits.

  • Impact on Small Businesses: The proposed Act could affect various aspects of business operations, from financial planning to tax liability.

The Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 could usher in significant tax changes. Small business owners and solopreneurs should stay informed to prepare for these potential shifts. Neal's video provides a comprehensive guide to understanding these changes.

Senate Publication: https://www.finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/the_tax_relief_for_american_families_and_workers_act_of_2024_technical_summary.pdf

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Neal McSpadden

Neal went from owing the IRS over $1,300,000 to Zero and in so doing discovered the world of tax planning. Since 2011 he's helped tens of thousands of clients save hundreds of millions of dollars on overpaid income taxes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What's the difference between tax advisory and just filing my taxes?

Filing your taxes each year is a necessary task, but it is always backwards looking. Tax advisory works with you throughout the year to make sure that you are on the right track when it comes to your taxes and have strategies in place to save money now.

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I've heard about tax write-offs for small businesses. What exactly can I write off, and how does it benefit my business?

Tax write-offs, also known as tax deductions, are expenses that a business incurs that can be subtracted from its revenue to reduce the amount of taxable income. Common write-offs include office supplies, mileage, rent for a business location, and advertising expenses, among many others. By writing off legitimate business expenses, you can significantly reduce your taxable income, which can lead to a lower tax bill. It's essential, however, to maintain proper records and ensure that the expenses are truly business-related.

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What's the difference between a tax deduction and a tax credit?

A tax deduction reduces the amount of your income that is subject to taxation, which in turn can lower your tax liability. Common deductions include expenses like mortgage interest, student loan interest, and business expenses. A tax credit, on the other hand, is a direct reduction of your tax bill. This means if you owe $1,000 in taxes and have a $200 tax credit, your tax due would be reduced to $800. Some popular credits include the Child Tax Credit, the Earned Income Tax Credit, and credits for energy-efficient home improvements.

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I'm thinking of hiring an independent contractor instead of an employee. Are there different tax implications for each?

Yes, there are significant tax differences between hiring an employee and an independent contractor. When you hire an employee, you're responsible for withholding federal and possibly state income taxes, Social Security, and Medicare taxes from their paychecks. You also typically pay unemployment taxes on wages paid to employees. Independent contractors, on the other hand, are responsible for their own taxes. As a business owner, you'd provide them with a Form 1099-NEC (if you pay them $600 or more during the year) instead of a W-2, and they would be responsible for their own self-employment taxes. It's important to correctly classify your workers, as misclassifying can lead to penalties.

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