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7 Tax Strategies for Freight/Trucking Business Owners

The number of Freight/Trucking business owners who I have met that are overpaying on their taxes is astonishing. Many of them were already working with a CPA and thought there was nothing they could do about it.

Over the years that I have worked with trucking companies, I have noticed how their CPA/bookkeepers/Tax Pro had been preparing their tax return but had not developed a tax plan for the business owner. This is a HUGE mistake as it results in tax overpayment.

An overpayment to the IRS often occurs because most tax professionals work under the old model of “tax preparation”, which is a dying industry. We work with the new model called “Tax Planning”. I’m preparing 7 tax strategies on how you can strategically use beneficial legal tax deduction throughout the year. These tax strategies are specific to freight/trucking companies and frequently overlooked, even by CPA’s!

Uncle Sam has no problem taking your money, but why not plan to keep it for yourself and grow your business? Are you planning to invest in your retirement? How about planning for your kid’s college plan? Do you want to invest in new equipment or a pay raise? Let’s talk about reducing your tax payments to tackle your 2021 financial goals:

Is your business overpaying taxes to the irs?

We’ve been helping our transportation clients implement tax planning to help them reduce their tax liability.

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