Tax Centers of Georgia

 Tax Preparation

Tax Preparation Strategies

While the estate tax has almost disappeared in recent years, the income tax still consumes a large part of the last dollars of high-income earners.

Many clients who exercise any variety of stock options or sell a business now see almost 50% of those gains lost to state and local taxes. Most executives with high levels of W-2 income do not know this can be prevented by using time-tested tax avoidance strategies which have been a permanent part of the tax code since 1969.

I am privileged to hold the Enrolled Agent designation to be able to represent taxpayers before the IRS. I specialize in helping clients implement these proven tax-saving strategies that can reduce taxes up to 50% and create a powerful income stream for their retirement years.

New Tax Return Online Document Management

We have anticipated that people may not be able to meet with us face to face for several years now.

We moved to a cloud-based customer environment that allows all our clients to upload their tax documents to a secure server and access those documents 24/7 as well.

Tax Centers of Georgia is a Member in Good Standing of the US Tax Centers Services. Tax Centers of Georgia uses a private and secure, IRS compliant, communications network to submit all state and federal tax work documents.

Tax Centers of Georgia participates in the tax return preparation process via a proprietary nationwide network of professional tax preparers provided by: United Tax Partners Service.

All tax returns prepared via the Tax Partners, LLC network are prepared, signed, and submitted to the IRS by qualified professional tax preparers.

TAX Preparation

Tax preparation is an essential element of the tax preparation process.

By making tax preparation part of your overall business strategy, you can use our experience and access to the most current new developments in the tax laws to minimize both your current and future tax liabilities.

Watch Taxes Made Easy

The video on the right explains to you the importance of doing your taxes. Don’t be overwhelmed! Whether you are an employee or business owner.

  • Before 2014, my taxes were a mess.The person that I was using before kept making mistakes every year and I used to receive horrible letters from the IRS. I spent many hours chasing this person and calling the IRS. Then I changed to John Mills and every year has been great! So greatful that I got a certificate for taxes with him at Atlanta International School Event and he has been fantastic since the first year. Strongly recommended.

    Anali Cabrera

  • John was so helpful with my taxes this year. He is so professional, easy to work with, and made the entire process stress free. I cannot recommend him enough!

    Heather Chesser

  • John was very helpful with our taxes this year. He answered all our questions and looked up helpful information. Thanks!

    Ricky Board

  • Persistent, knowledgeable, resourceful, reliable. What more could you want!

    Bill Nelson

  • Last year I had a large tax liability due to a real estate sale and his network of partners was able to reduce my liability by 60%! Thank you Tax Centers of Georgia!

    Mark Geiger

From Tax Centers of Georgia Blog

New Higher Retirement Plan Contribution Limits for 2017

New limits on retirement plans for 2017   Below we have a list of the most common Pension Plans Maximum SIMPLE contribution $12,500 Maximum SEP contribution $54,000 Maximum compensation for plan purposes is $270,000 Maximum monthly benefit for defined benefit plans...

IRS Secret Gift to Business Owners

Stop Overpaying Your Business Taxes by Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars per year!  Business owners do not realize that buried somewhere in their tax return is the most powerful tool to increase their business cash flow. That tool is called a depreciation...

Why You Should Love Your Stinkers

Why You Should Love Your Stinkers We have had quite a few emails and calls about the 9 Ways to Reduce Your Taxes attachment in the November newsletter. Most of the questions were about the “wash sale” rule typically used in selling stocks so let’s spend some more time...

Deadlines that people forget that cost them!

The Oct 15th extended personal tax return deadline is looming, so if you haven’t filed yet you need to cancel this weekend’s plans and get to it!!  Many people in Florida will learn an unfortunate lesson after being punched in the head by Hurricane Matthew as they are...

How to Title Property Correctly

Married Couples and Property Mary was a surviving spouse. She and her first spouse, Ryan owned a lovely home and placed it into joint tenancy with right of survivorship. After Ryan passed away, Mary met Logan and they were married. Because she had the house in joint...

Georgia Association Business Brokers invites John L Mills

to explain how to borrow against retirement plan assets

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