International Tax Accountants Firm

Start your Business and or you’re Not for Profit or Church Organizations.


A non-profit corporation is an organization that uses its excess revenues to achieve its mission or purpose, rather than distributing the income to the organization’s shareholders as profit or dividends. We can form a non-profit corporation in any of the 50 states.


Establishing a solid legal foundation ensures your church functions in compliance and creates room for your church to grow. One of the top priorities for establishing a church or ministry is the freedom and security obtained with this option.


Private foundations have broad latitude to pursue any activities as long as they advance a charitable purpose. In addition to supporting public charities and other types of nonprofit organizations, a foundation can:

• Make grants to individuals for disaster relief and economic hardship
• Provide loans that are repaid to the foundation
• Set up scholarship and award programs, and choose the recipients
• Grant directly to international organizations
• Provide funds to for-profit companies, as long as they’re used for a charitable purpose
• Run its own charitable programs


We understand that part of the process of growing your ministry consists of having a business mindset to finance the gospel. Most churches and ministries solely depend on tithes, offerings, and donations. The hope of most pastors and ministry leaders’ rests in the possibility of adding new members who can boost weekly giving. Unfortunately, that rarely happens. If you don’t want to solely rely on tithes and offerings, then a for-profit arm is your solution.


A community development corporation (CDC) is a secondary corporation that can be used to accomplish the dreams and vision that a church cannot always accomplish alone. A CDC is not an alternate funding source but a separate corporation, run by church members, to reach the needs of your city through the use of governmental grants. By establishing a separate outreach organization, like a CDC, you can apply for grants and seek partnerships that churches and ministries are not always able to receive.


The 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status has been an intimidating and challenging process to churches and ministries – With our Service, it has never been easier to obtain tax-exempt status. There are many benefits to obtaining 501(c)(3) status.

• Exemption from federal income tax
• Tax-deductible contributions
• Exemption from federal unemployment tax

Tax Preparation and Planning

Our goal is to make the preparation process as easy as possible for you and minimize your tax liability with careful planning. Your tax preparation interview can be conducted either in person, by mail, or e-mail – whichever is most convenient for you. Whatever your circumstances may be, we are here to give you the best advice to help you get through life’s challenges.

High professional capacity to present the corporate tax of your company, it is a tax on the profits of your corporation. Tax is paid on a company’s operating profit, which is revenue less cost of goods sold (COGS), general and administrative expenses (G&A), sales and marketing, research and development, depreciation, and other operating costs. The services we offer are the following:

• Individual tax preparation
• Preparation of business tax returns
• Preparation of corporate and corporate taxes
• Out-of-State Returns

Form 990 Preparation

Your nonprofit relationship with the IRS does not end when you receive your tax-exempt status; that is only the beginning. The IRS will continually require compliance with the myriad of complex tax laws and regulations. Dealing with the IRS and its rules is the price all nonprofits pay in return for the substantial tax benefits they receive. Therefore, to keep your organization in compliance, our Form 990 service includes all the necessary tax forms preparation for the IRS.

We provide full-service Form 990 preparation at flat rates prepared by a licensed Enrolled Agent. Our flat rates depend on the type of return required based on your organization’s gross receipts:

• Form 990 N and state return (g.revenue < $50,000)
• Form 990 EZ and state return (g.revenue bet $50,000 and $200,000)
• Form 990 and state return (g.revenue > $200,000)

Notary Public (Florida)

In the U.S. state of Florida, a notary public is a public officer appointed by the governor of the state to take acknowledgments, administer oaths, attest to photocopies of certain documents, solemnize marriage, protest the non-acceptance or non-payment of negotiable instruments [1], and perform other duties specified by law.

A notary may only perform a notarial act upon receipt of satisfactory proof of identity (i.e. a driver’s license or another form of identification card), or by the notary’s own personal knowledge of the person appearing before them, or upon the sworn statement of two witnesses who personally know the person whose signature is to be authenticated. A notary may not notarize their own signature, or the signature of their spouse, parent, or child.