Read what our Clients are saying about us:
Charles Wilson, CPA/CFF, CGMA, CBEC
In the Houston metro area call 281-
In the Denver metro area call 303-
I hired Mr. Wilson after having numerous bad experiences with previous accountants. He is very professional, knowledgeable, and actually takes time with his clients. He offers a kind and genuine atmosphere. He seems to care about his clients. I am truly grateful for finding him and his firm. I would highly recommend this firm to anyone who wants taxes done correctly!
Camille Heffernan, Friendswood, TX
Fantastic customer service and a very clear understanding of where our business is going and what needs and issues we need to be aware of as we grow! Would recommend to anyone!
Bayou City Surgical Specialists,
My US Tax are very complicated, due to the fact that I work and pay Tax in another country also. I am very impressed with the work Wilson LLC has done for me, ever since he took over the practice of my former CPA years ago. I highly recommend his services. He is up to date with all of the latest changes that the IRS seems to make every year. Often throughout the Tax year I have question come up and Charlie always has a quick reply. I live in the DFW area and there are many fine CPA's in my area.
I chose to do business in Friendswood TX due to the understanding of my complicated Tax. If I ever opened a Business in Texas, Charles Wilson LLC would be my 1st call. Charlie, is a great guy to talk with and do business with, what more can I say.
George Hobbs, Bedford, Texas
The IRS reports that every year greater than 50% of all taxpayers hire a paid professional when it comes time to file their tax return. If this is you, even though you pay someone else to prepare your return, you are still legally responsible for what is on it.
Because of the detailed type of information the IRS requires for a tax return, your tax return preparer is by default trusted with your most personal information.
They know about your marriage, your income, your children and your Social Security numbers -
Therefore if you are paying someone to prepare your federal income tax return for you it is good common sense and makes financial sense for you to choose that person carefully and wisely.
To do this it is worthwhile to invest some time up front when talking to or interviewing a tax return preparer BEFORE hiring them and turning over your tax documents to them.
Don't get me wrong, most tax return preparers provide good service. However, each year, some percentage of taxpayers are hurt financially because they choose the wrong tax return preparer.
Every year, these kinds of tax preparers face everything from penalties to even jail time for defrauding their clients.
In this report I give you my top 12 questions, do's and don'ts for when you're talking to or interviewing a tax return preparer so you can ask these BEFORE hiring them and turning over your tax documents to them.
If you have questions about these or other services for your business, feel free to call us at 281-
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Charles Wilson, CPA/CFF, CGMA