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Old 05-15-2014, 03:11 PM
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CPA Letter

Hi, I have a quick question. I just formed an LLC and have signed my first client. They are asking me to have my CPA provide them a letter stating that I will file my taxes under my business. I gave them my TAX ID and all of the information is under my business. Is this normal and do CPA's do this?



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Old 05-15-2014, 08:13 PM
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They are asking me to have my CPA provide them a letter stating that I will file my taxes under my business. I gave them my TAX ID and all of the information is under my business. Is this normal and do CPA's do this?



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Not really Uness you incorporate the llc, you will file a Sch C /SEwhen you file your personal taxes.if you incorporated, no. It would be a separate entity and you need to file two separate entity return/ your personal return.
this is a request that the average CPA completes ;you just call your CPA and ask him to send a letter to you directly. If you are self employed you probably already have a CPA, so this should be a snap. Most CPA s charge nothing for this if you use them for your regular tax filing, etc. If not, your best bet it to just call a local CPA in the phonebook and ask if they can prepare the letter for you based on you bringing in your previous returns. It will be tough, but offer to compensate them for their time and ask them if they will do your returns going forward.



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