Posted by: Garcia & Cuadra, PA | June 11, 2013

Tampa Financial Services

Tampa Financial ServicesAlthough, we all have just made it through another stressful tax season, it is never too early to start planning for next years. Garcia & Cuadra P.A. are independent accountants and tax advisors that can help you prepare for your future. Their offices are located in Tampa, FL., and they have been helping their customers with their financial needs for over 30 years, and are federally qualified to handle all of your tax related financial services in Tampa.

A few of the services that they offer are: liens and levies, bankruptcy, trust fund penalties, civil or criminal fraud, and amendments to your tax returns. They are also able to look over prior tax returns to see if you have paid too much to Uncle Sam and qualify for a larger tax return, or if you need to start withholding more money for the upcoming years. Many penalties can be implemented if you are not compliant with the law. So, in order to maintain a good standing with the government, it is always helpful to have a service to rely on.

The IRS and State of Florida tax policies can be very tricky if you try to do it alone. Garcia & Cuadra offer experience in all aspects of handling your finances. They can also help you create a financial plan that will help you plan for the future of your family and retirement. These enrolled agents are based out of Tampa and are licensed to practice by the federal government. To contact Garcia & Cuadra for expert taxpayer representation in Tampa, call them at (813) 415-2431 to set up a financial consultation.


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