Since 2007, Kuberneo CPA has been providing a complete range of accounting solutions—from tax services and accounting support to bookkeeping and payroll processing. We work closely with clients at a personal level, ensuring that your needs are met with professionalism and dedicated attention.

Subcontractor Agreements (and why you need one)

Hiring subcontractors can provide many advantages to the small business owner, but with those advantages comes an additional level of risk. Why Do I Need A Subcontractor Agreement? A subcontractor can provide your company with valuable specialized…

Employee vs Subcontractor: How To Decide Who To Hire

So you’ve set up your business, compared your product to the market, found your breakeven point and your business is doing well. You even have enough work that you need to hire some help. How do you go about that? In today’s business…

Annual Filling- What happens if I’m late or entity is dissolved?

We get it – you just finished filing your tax return. You thought you were done with all of the necessary business paperwork for the year. Then about half way through May you decide to clean out your inbox and you see a renewal reminder…

Business Deductions for Meals and Entertainment

Update: Some rules have changed for Meals and Expenses in 2018. Read our new blog post to learn more. The IRS tells us that a business can deduct expenses that are “ordinary and necessary” and directly relate to active conduct…

Do You Know Your Company’s Breakeven Point?

The breakeven point is a critical threshold that any established business or startup should be aware of to achieve profitability. No business owner starts their company or launches their product hoping to pour money down the drain. While making…

What to do when you miss the tax deadline?

Filing taxes under normal circumstances can be stressful, but waking up the day after the tax deadline and knowing you still haven’t filed can be downright terrifying. If you woke up this morning with a sinking feeling in the pit of your…

I got a scary looking “official” letter. Do I really need to pay that?

For most people starting a business is a giant mix of euphoria and fear. After filing the paperwork to start your LLC or corporation you may be riding high on a wave of elation, only to have it come crashing down when you get your first…

“If someone can do it better, faster, or cheaper, let him… do it!”

Quote credit: Thomas G. Miller author of “It’s Your Business: So What Are You Going to Do About It?” Have you ever considered outsourcing your accounting and financial tasks? You are not alone. According to Forbes, finance and…

We Want To Hear From You!

If you could ask a team of CPAs anything, what would you want to know? While we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to come up with interesting content we want to tailor it to what our readers want to know. Ask us about: Starting…

Should I use DIY tax software or ask a CPA for help with my taxes?

A fairytale about tax preparation Once upon a time there was a lovely newlywed couple who called our office looking for help with their taxes. One of the spouses was very excited not to be responsible for a stack of IRS forms. The other spouse…

Should you set up a LLC or Corporation or Sole Proprietor?

If you were an “entity” what would you be, and why? Not exactly something you, as a business owner, enjoy contemplating is it? But it is a decision that must be made when you are setting up a business.  The options are Sole Proprietorship/partnership,…

5 Ways to Spot an IRS Email Scam Message

A recent article, How to Spot an IRS Email Scam Message by Anita Campbell reports that during the first quarter of the year aka tax season, IRS email scams increase– targeting taxpayers, tax preparers, and small business owners. The…

Why Every Business Owner Should Have a Relationship with an Accounting Firm

A Certified Public Accountant or CPA is a trained accounting professional who has received a license to manage, audit, expert opinion, and the analysis of financial records and general ledgers. To become a CPA, an individual must pass the Uniform…