Lisa Johnson, CPA Shows Business Owners How to Save Thousands in Taxes

DAPHNE, Ala. — Daphne CPA, Lisa Johnson has opened a new office in the Summit Office Complex (located at 29000 U.S. Hwy 98, Bldg C, Suite 102). Lisa helps business owners save thousands of dollars every year in taxes by providing proactive tax planning services. Her clients get a plain-English plan for beating the IRS – legally.

“I have a very different approach to saving money. I’m not a tax preparer. The tax return is a product of my planning,” said Lisa Johnson. “My clients not only save money through tax planning, they also get a better handle on their businesses accounting. After all, we need a clean financial to plan to save on taxes. And business owners who have accurate financials also have the right tools to make financial decisions and grow their business.”

“Now is the time to plan and save,” says Johnson. “While it’s true that I help make sure clients take advantage of every deduction and tax saving opportunity available on their 2007 returns, I can potentially save them thousands more by planning throughout the year so that they save more on their 2008 returns.”

“Once a year tax planning is about to become a thing of the past. Just like Cinderella’s carriage, at midnight on 12/31 each year, many opportunities to save turn into a pumpkin. That’s because they require some action to be taken and documented before the end of the year. Through my planning services, I recommend specific strategies and concepts for saving tax. I give clients what they really want, a no nonsense approach to outline what to do and how to do it.”

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Lisa R. Johnson, CPA is president of Resource CPA, Inc. a full service accounting firm serving Mobile and Baldwin Counties.

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