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Filing for Your Future: Year-End Tax Planning Booklet

Thomas Jordan, P.A. provides focused accounting services for law firms and individuals

As federal tax laws continue to change, it becomes increasingly important to stay up-to-date and knowledgeable regarding your personal and business tax situations. To help you achieve this, we have provided a Year-End Tax Planning Guide for 2008 from a trusted publisher of federal tax information, which contains valuable information and tips for lowering your income taxes. You may download a copy of the booklet here, by clicking on the icon below, or you can contact us for more information.

Tax Planning Booklet

However, this booklet alone cannot provide the ideal tax strategy for you and your business. We encourage you to seek professional tax advice. At the accounting firm of Thomas Jordan, P.A., not only do we support the legal industry – we can help you understand new laws and identify various tax-saving opportunities for your law firm and individual employees.

Thomas Jordan, P.A. works with law firms of all sizes and offers a variety of tax and accounting services to the legal community. We welcome the opportunity to discuss the needs of your law firm and your goals for growth and financial success. If you have a question or would like more information on Thomas Jordan, P.A. and our capabilities, please contact us or call us at (954) 763-8455.

Thomas Jordan, P.A. – Accounting for your Growth.

Thomas Jordan, P.A. provides accounting services for law firms in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and all of South Florida.

The general information in this publication is not intended to be nor should it be treated as tax, legal or accounting advice. Additional issues could exist that would affect the tax treatment of a specific transaction and therefore, taxpayers should seek advice from an independent tax advisor based on their particular circumstances before acting on any information presented. This information is not intended to be nor can it be used by any taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties.